Spire CASSI 323 Tablet Stand
|Spire CASSI 323 Tablet Stand|
|Features and Specifications|
|Closer Look at the CASSI 323|
There are many readers of BCCHardware.com that own tablets. I own a Nexus 7 and when talking to a lot of other consumers, they too have tablets. While a tablet is certainly handy when sitting on the couch or on the commute, there are times when it would be nice to be able to view it without holding it. The Nexus 7 that I own has an actual stand/charging dock that holds in a landscape mode and does the deed for me. That being said, you can’t adjust angle and it is designed more for a dock than a stand.
Today we will be looking at the Spire CASSI 323 Tablet Stand that has been recently released - along with a few of their tablets. While Spire is not a new company, they are new to this line of product In the past, they were well known for cooling products among other things. In order to keep up with consumer demands, they have branched out into the line of consumer electronics and we'll be looking at a couple products in the near future that fit into their new category.
The CASSI 323 is a fairly basic aluminum and plastic stand that offers a good grip, adjustable viewing angle and is stout enough to hold 10-inch tablets without any issues. For testing purposes, I used my Nexus 7 as well as Spire's own Bliss 9 Pro+ tablet. Before we jump further into the review, let’s take a quick look and find out more about Spire.
More information and the rest of their company profile can be found over here.