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The Right Arm Frees up Your Arms from Holding Tablets and Laptops

by Hazel Chua
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If you use a myriad of gadgets in various positions, then you might find the Right Arm useful. It’s a tablet stand that can hold various devices in place while you stand, sit, slouch, or lie in bed. It can even hold your tablet in place while you watch an episode of your favorite TV show while you’re in the bath tub.

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The Right Arm is a flexible 2 foot-long pole that you can manipulate this way and that into your desired position. It has a tablet-sized residue-free polyurethane gel adhesive pad on the end, which can hold up to¬†4.5 lbs. vertically or 15 lbs. horizontally. That makes it just right for most tablets and lightweight laptops. It’ll even hold books or cameras.

The Right Armzoom in

The Right Arm is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $109 will get you one of your very own.

[via C|NET]

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