Lab22 Infinity Adjust iPad stand distinguishes Mac mini setup


Sometimes what stands out in a computer setup isn’t a major piece, like a computer or display, but a cool accessory. Today’s colorful M1 Mac mini workstation with dual displays and loads of artwork features a cool accessory one could easily miss — a Lab22 Infinity Adjust iPad stand.

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iPad Pro on Lab22 Infinity Adjust iPad stand joins M1 Mac mini in dual-display setup

Chicago area artist and Redditor Tom Bacon (u/tombaconart) showcased the colorful, art-infused, dual-display workstation in a post entitled, “Updated Mac mini setup.”

His M1 Mac mini drives a pair of LG 4K displays, one oriented in landscape mode (horizontal) and one in portrait mode (vertical).

“I like my knickknacks,” he said of the army of doodads and figurines on the shelves when someone complimented the rig’s lived-in look compared to staged ultra-mininalist setups. “I actually do get a lot of work done here, as long as a cat isn’t sitting on my keyboard.”

And while he keeps it functional, he doesn’t mind a bit of mess.

“Yeah I like having some easy to reach items on the riser,” he said. “I don’t mind a little clutter, just need to avoid letting things pile up when I get busy. Art and productivity focus.”

Lab22 Infinity Adjust iPad stand

With a name like “Infinity Adjust,” you can bet it swivels and tilts like crazy.
Photo: Lab22

We noticed when a commenter asked Bacon about his iPad stand on the right in the photo, because it’s the first we’ve seen of it. It’s a Lab22 Infinity Adjust Stand for 12.9-inch iPad. It’s a collaboration with the brand Moment, known for its iPhone camera lenses. Another model serves the 11-inch iPad Pro or 10.9-inch iPad Air.

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It looks like a real beauty of a stand. And it better be with a $199 price tag. Here’s how the company describes the stand:

Designed for Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the white LAB22 Infinity Adjust Stand from Moment makes it easier to use your iPad for taking notes, drawing, or as a second screen. Built using durable aluminum, this stand attaches to your iPad using magnets under a microfiber surface, which helps to minimize any metal-on-metal contact, and is tilt adjustable from 5 to 90 degrees. Thanks to 360-degree rotation, it may be used in both portrait and landscape orientations.

Features and compatibility

  • “Infinite” adjustability (according to the company)
  • Metal unibody
  • Full coverage microfiber
  • Smooth motion hinges
  • Enhanced magnets
  • Easy-grip edge
  • Free Motion orientation
  • Protective coating
  • Compatible with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Gen)
  • Does not work with iPads in cases and skins

And if you like the wallpaper showing on the monitor in landscape orientation, you can get it here. And what’s on the portrait mode display is a 4K screenshot from the game Horizon Zero Dawn, Bacon said.

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iPad Pro stand in M1 Mac mini setup
The M1 Mac mini drives two LG 4K displays.
Photo: tombaconart@Reddit.com

Computer and iPad stand:

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