This is the stand which is designed to be used with the Intel Reader. It is a very nifty product considering the whole thing folds down into its own briefcase! Having said that, I wouldn't like to be carrying it around as it is rather weighty. While I didn't get any instructions as to how to unpack it (others may be different), it was all very easy to assemble except for trying to get the arm for the reader lifted up although, after pushing a few buttons it allowed me to lift it up into place. Now that I know how it works, the whole thing can be assembled in 10 seconds flat.
The reader itself then slots into a specially designed slot, and the stand itself comes with an adapter, presumably to charge the reader while it is attached. The reading material is then placed below a plastic strip, which is a simple as lifting two plastic arms, slotting the book/magazine in, and lowering them down again.
Other than that, there isn't much to say about the stand itself other than it looks and feels well made and would make a good addition to the reader, so that you can sit back and relax while it reads to you!