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Tablift Lets You Use Your iPad in Bed, Effortlessly

by Hazel Chua

I used my iPad last night in bed and woke up with a pretty stiff neck. In fact, it was stiff for the most part of my day, which gave way to a rotten mood and a ruined day. I get similar aches from using the tablet when I’m sitting down or in a reclined position. So when I saw the Tablift up on Kickstarter, well, let me just say that I thought it was a godsend.

TabliftTablift is an accessory that will make it easy for anyone with an iPad to use it while they’re lying down in bed or chilling on their couches. It’s basically a sturdy stand with super long, bendy legs that can be adjusted independently, so you can use it in virtually any position.


At first glance, the Tablift looks like a bulky accessory, but the cool thing is that it folds down entirely, so you can stow it away and take it with you wherever you might use your iPad.

If you’re interested, you can head on over to Tablift’s Kickstarter page to learn all about it and maybe even back the project. A minimum pledge of $60(USD) will get you one Tablift if the project’s target of $78,000 is raised by July 12th.

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Comments (3):

  1. Shirley says:

    Excuse my harshness but, really? People are dying of hunger in the world, and apple fanboys are like “boo hoo, we have to actually HOLD our ipads and our hands hurt. :C If only there was a hip expensve solution for it, like that totally smart cover”…

    At least it will be manufactured in the US and not in sweatshop buildings in china with suicide nets.

    Anyway, I have a lamp with this kind of flexible leg, and it doesn’t age well. Also, they’ve completely ignored 1 in 3 americans, which are obese. Good luck with 6ft legs on that thing…

  2. mark says:

    You got a stiff neck only last night and somehow you’ve written a detailed review of a product you are referring can be bought from a website which surely will take at least 3 days to deliver? Hmm

  3. iPad Holder says:

    Thanks for fantastic post!!!

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