Satechi's New R1 Aluminum Foldable Stand

SAN DIEGO - (July 6, 2017) – Satechi, a brand known for blending form and function to create useful desktop solutions, introduces the R1 Aluminum Hinge Holder Foldable Stand. Users can now prop up their smartphones, iPads, MacBooks, etc. for easy and functional usage.

The R1 Stand has the ability to fold in a variety of ways, allowing users to select the position that works best for their devices. Its compact folding ability allows users to benefit from the R1 Stand on the go! Enjoy face timing with loved ones, attending conference calls, working with a Bluetooth keyboard, playing a game on Nintendo Switch, or simply watching a favorite movie or TV show at any time with comfort and ease.


The Satechi R1 Stand easily elevates any smartphone, tablet or laptop for an optimal viewing experience. Compatible with most cases, users do not have to sacrifice style or protection for functionality. The sleek, supportive design holds your device with a rubber grip, avoiding slipping or scratching.





Available in four colors- silver, gold, space gray, and rose gold- users have the luxury of matching their laptop, smartphone, tablet, or office set up. The Satechi R1 Aluminum Foldable Stand is now available for $39.99 at and $34.99 at

For more information on the R1 Aluminum Hinge Holder Foldable Stand and all of Satechi’s award winning products, “like” and follow @Satechi on Twitter and Instagram.

About Satechi:

Satechi believes that technology should be limitless, timeless, and forever evolving to fit your modern lifestyle. The brand produces tech products and accessories that make everyday life more convenient for the fast-paced world we live in. Satechi strives for efficiency without compromising style. Each Satechi product is made with tough and durable materials, while still maintaining a sleek design perfect for the contemporary individual. For more information, please visit

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