Tablet stands typically come in the form of a case or a kickstand you can use to prop the screen up on a table for typing, movie viewing, and video chats.
The Right Arm offers a lot more flexibility, though it's hardly as portable as these other solutions.
Currently a KickStarter project that's already hit it's $40,000 goal, Right Arm is due out for sale in March at $110 and works with iPad or any other tablet, or even laptops and cameras.
The Right Arm uses a two-foot steel flex-pole with a steel C-clamp base to attach to a desk, nightstand, treadmill, or just about anywhere else. A tablet-size adhesive gel-pad holds your tablet even when it's angled downward, yet, the company says, leaves behind no residue when you remove it.