The first thing you notice about this product is that it's very small and thin, it can easily be folded up and put in your pocket.
It can be set for multiple viewing angles, with the larger tablet some viewing angles result in the pad been very poorly held at certain angles.
With a 7 inch NATPC tablet it works very well in landscape position and wobbles a little bit in portrait position when you press the screen.
With a 10 inch ZTpad tablet it seems fine until you start pressing the screen, it wobbles quite a bit in landscape position and falls out of the stand when the screen is touched in portrait position. If you change the angle of the stand from nearly vertical to more sloped it does make the larger tablet a bit more secure but it can still fall out.
As you can see in the video the device can slide about in the stand when dragging your finger across the screen.
This is a small bit of plastic, I think 3 quid is a tad expensive for what it is.
For smaller tablets this is fantastic, it's small, light and not too expensive. But for larger tablets the wobbling when you touch the screen is a problem especially in portrait position. Maybe other 10 inch tablets would work better if they are thinner or lighter than the ZTpad but obviously I can only base the review on the tablets I have. Based on my experience it's great for smaller tablets or phones but I can only recommend this for larger tablets if you don't press the screen much.