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Default Plastic portable stand for $13!

Here is a stand for all you Nook Users. Just ordered and will see how it works. There are some photos with NC's on them already.

http://www.amazon.com/Arkon-Portable...3020402&sr=1-1
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It works great! I use it every day at work.
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Now by god, that looks perfect. I will definitely be getting one of these for watching movies in bed out on the road.
 
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Should have gone with the Spiderpodium. http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trk...All-Categories

You can hang or sit your nook from/on just about anything with that. Plus you can use it to wrap around your hand when your holding it. The non-tablet version works fine. I just got one last week, and I haven't been without it since.
 
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Should have gone with the Spiderpodium. http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trk...All-Categories

You can hang or sit your nook from/on just about anything with that. Plus you can use it to wrap around your hand when your holding it. The non-tablet version works fine. I just got one last week, and I haven't been without it since.
I'd be afraid that thing would latch itself to my face while I was sleeping and deposit an egg in my stomach.
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Have been using the arkon one and cannot be happier
 
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I'd be afraid that thing would latch itself to my face while I was sleeping and deposit an egg in my stomach.
It's still pretty awesome and versatile. It's also slim enough that I never have to take it off, so I always have a stand.
 
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http://padpivot.com/ im waiting for this one to be released
 
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Nice, like that it fits a leg, but its almost as big as the nook itself. Not great for travel.

I have the Arkon and love it.
 
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has anyone checked out the OEM one from b&n?? saw it in store the other day but didnt open the box to see how it performed or how compact it was.....cant even find it online either so thats odd

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