Neck and elbow pain
Many physio experts acknowledge the fact that using an iPad in bed or leaned over a table can quickly become a dangerous activity for your neck muscles and the curve of your spine. In fact Harvard shool of public healths found that it is akin to adding a 60 lb weight at the base of your neck. Limited use of your arms while holding the iPad also participates to the general discomfort, and often to the inability to fully use some of your favorite apps and games. To add insult to the literal injury, a fair amount of tablet stands only managed to reinforce that ergonomic problem because they didn’t bother to lift the tablet to eye-level, leaving the user hunched over the iPad.
The Tstand kicks all those troubles away by raising the screen of your tablet on its flexible mount so that the angle of vision and viewing distance are always optimal. Lay back, let the Tstand safely rest on your chest (it feels like the sweetest hug), and enjoy your movies and games like never before. And because the Tstand is reversible, its purposes are varied: the first rotation angles allow for ideal use on a bed or a couch. Its vertical deployment proves convenient when inserted in the back pocket of a car or airplane seat, and if you rotate the tstand all the way, you enter desktop mode and turn your tablet into a genuine work station!
Neck and back pain
the iPad bed stand that hugs you
Tstand is a tablet or iPad holder designed to be used in bed or on the sofa. Whether you’re watching movies or reading an eBook, Tstand is a comfortable and healthy way to use your iPad when lying down. Its sleek design hugs your chest, keeping your tablet stable and elevated to a relaxed position. With Tstand’s ergonomic and versatile design, you can use your iPad for hours in bed without experiencing any discomfort.