Hardware News, , , , , — November 28, 2013 0:00 — 0 Comments

Studio Neat launch new Glif to fit any smartphone

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The new modified Glif retains its simple design to fit most smartphones

Three years since the launch of the original Glif on Kickstarter, Studio Neat produce a new version of the tripod mount to fit all smartphones

Those industrious people at Studio Neat have been in the development lab again, modifying their highly successful Glif tripod mount for iPhones so that it now fits all smartphones.

As many iPhone owners know, the original Glif was a simple but highly efficient accessory that allowed you to mount your phone to a tripod for taking great pictures or making movies.

Other benefits included the ability to prop up your iPhone on your desk or a table to watch videos or Skype.

The design is simple, and the Glif is made from recyclable rubberized plastic that clamps tight to your phone and has a 1/4″-­20 thread that fits any standard tripod or camera mount.

Studio Neat’s new Glif will work with practically any smartphone, with or without a case. Use the included hex key to fit the Glif to your phone. Once sized to your phone, you won’t need to make any additional adjustments. The Glif will fit devices between 58.4–86.4mm wide and 3.1–12.7mm thick.

The original Glif for iPhone 4 was launched with a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2010, it’s had a couple of updates to adapt to newer iPhone models but the new adjustable Glif marks the biggest update yet.

Should you wish to invest in a new Glif (highly recommended), it includes a hex key to adjust the Glif to fit your device, as well as a keychain attachment so you can carry the Glif with you wherever you go.

The original Glif, is also still available!

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