Mika is a universal tablet stand that is so simple and timeless, it can be used for the tablet or device you carry today, and tomorrow. With an ergonomic angle, Mika makes it easy to read, watch video and use your iPad wherever you may be.
One Mika, One CableDrop Mini
Not Just For Tablets
Mika can also be used as a laptop stand with thinner laptops or a keyboard stand.
See Why Mika is the Best iPad Accessory Around
Mika, while perfect for the iPad is one of the most versatile and useful tablet stands available.
Whether you’re buying for yourself or perhaps looking for a great gift, for a friend, Mika is sure to become your favorite tablet accessory.
Features and Compatibility
Mika is compatible with the iPad, iPad Mini, iPad Air, iPad Pro, Microsoft Surface, Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Sony Xperia Tablets, Nexus, Huawei MateBook, Sony Xperia and so many more.
Solid Aluminum, White (coated Aluminum)
Aluminum and Plastic
White: Coated Aluminum and Plastic
4.5 x 3.75 x 4.25 in
Use anywhere you use your tablet normally. Mika works well as a secondary display stand for your iPad or tablet. Mika’s unique angle makes it ideal for reading, reviewing, watching videos or using your tablet.
Well built. No instructions.
Maybe I'm dumb, but it doesn't seem to work with my iPhone.
I love them
I purchased Mika and Posto and I love them both!
Not at all 'Angled to Perfection.'
As someone who uses my iPad for everything, including long writing pieces using my bluetooth keyboard, I was looking forward to Mika for a long time. Of course, as per all Bluelounge products, it looks great and is solidly built, which is why I bought it. But Bluelounge promotes this product as 'angled to perfection,' at 70 degrees. I simply don't understand this; seated at my desk, instead of being angled towards my face, my iPad and Mika, placed at the same distance from me as a laptop, points directly at the middle of my chest. To use it for word processing, or for anything else for a long period of time, I have to place them on two shoe boxes, one atop the other. It is simply too 'vertical.' It seems 60 or 50 degrees would have better, and the angle most people have their laptops open at. So unless you have an unusually low chair, or high desk, this may be unsuitable for continuous use.