We’re sure that some of you guys might have come across this piece of news awhile back about how an iPad fell on this person’s face while used lying down in bed, thus chipping her tooth in the process. We guess the fact that the new iPad is heavier than its predecessor did not help as well which is why if you’re planning to use the iPad a lot while lying down, this Kickstarter project dubbed “tablift” might be one worth investing in. Featuring four independently adjustable legs, the tablift will come with several grooves that allows the iPad to be held in place at various angles, depending on your need. It also comes with a little hook at the back that will help to secure the iPad in place.
According to its creator, C. Scott Blevins, the tablift will play nice for when sitting down, reclining and even while lying in bed (as pictured above). It has also been designed in such a way that its legs can be folded in, thus turning it into a compact solution that you can bring with you during your travels. In fact we would go as far as saying that the tablift could even double up as a tripod for those who wish to take photos using their iPad.
Compatible with all the iPads, the tablift is a pretty cool and nifty concept and we wouldn’t mind getting our hands on one ourselves. Unfortunately the project is still trying to raise money to get it put into production, so if you’re interested in learning more or if you’d like to donate, head on over to its Kickstarter page for the details.
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