While tablets are portable and convenient devices, they aren’t exactly comfortable to use if you’re not seated at a table or you don’t have something to prop it against. Letting it rest on your lap is usually too low and can sometimes strain your neck, not to mention you won’t have any privacy at all if you’re in public. Well, the Rocketfish PadPivot aims to solve that problem.
The Rocketfish PadPivot is an accessory for the tablets that lets you use your tablet comfortably while its in your leg or even any regular flat surface. It raises the tablet and gives you a flexible pivot to which you can twist and turn the tablet around, depending on your needs. Whether you’re on the bus, on a plan or even taking notes in class, the Rocketfish PadPivot aims to make using your tablet a much more comfortable experience. Check out a video demo of the PadPivot in action. The PadPivot works with most tablets and is available now and for $39.99 each.
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