The PadPillow Lite Stand is the second variant of iPevo’s PadPillow comfortable iPad stand. The full-sized PadPillow,
which remains available, has received more than 230 5-star reviews on the Amazon online retail store, and with good reason. I’ve been using a PadPillow for about eighteen months now, and it’s far
and away the iPad support I prefer for on-lap typing. It’s light, comfortable, and large enough that it elevates the iPad from my lap to a more ergonomically-sound height and on-screen typing
When I reviewed the full size PadPillow in 2012, I liked it, and gave
it a positive review. Eighteen months later, I like it more than ever. Over the interval I’ve been using it, I’ve been doing more composition on the iPad, to a considerable degree thanks to the
PadPillow which literally makes the difference between comfort and discomfort for lap typing. One of the iPad’s marquee advantages is its unencumbered portability, and one of the reasons I bought
the iPad was in order to use it for more relaxed composition and editing activity than is possible when sitting at my office workstation.
However, the PadPillow is just a tad bulky and imposing for some user. While it’s very light, it’s simply too big for most of us to want to to pack along on the road, notwithstanding that iPevo
suggests using it for its literal namesake function during travel. There’s also the matter of later iPads getting physically smaller, and the slew of other-brand 7-inch and 8-inch range tablet
computers out there.
PadPillow Lite—similar in design and function to the original PadPillow, but downsized to a degree that makes it reasonably easy to stow in a computer backpack or messenger bag. Nevertheless, iPevo