One of the things—probably the most important thing—I love about the iPad is that you can use it pretty much anywhere. I love my Macs too, but I mostly prefer to
work sitting in an easy chair or rocker, on a comfortable couch, or laying back on a bed, as opposed to sitting in a task chair at my office workstation. It’s the “computing anywhere” attribute
that really made me an iPad devotee.
I use mostly iPevo PadPillow stands—full-size or Lite—to support the device hands-free at a comfortable orientation when seated, and an iProp “beanbag” type for in-bed or resting the tablet upright
on other uneven surfaces.
However, a different iPad support solution that will also work in a wide variety of venues is the new Tablift stand, especially suited to use when in (or on) a bed or on the couch reading, watching
videos, or viewing recipes in the kitchen or instructions in a workshop, and so forth, in hands-dirty or messy mode.
Unlike the PadPillows and iProp, Tablift does not rest on your lap or legs or oblige you to cast your eyes downward to view the screen, although the lap is a better compromise for typing anything
beyond extreme short form.
The Tablift is designed to hold your iPad in a stable and optimal viewing orientation regardless of…