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Holiday Guide –The BEST Way to Read your iPads, Kindles and Tablets! We Recommend TABLIFT — flexible stand for tablets and Pads

AWESOME!

 

We LOVE using the new TABLIFT everywhere we recline — home or office. Handsfree, infinitely poseable, adjustable to multiple viewing positions, excellently spaced for charging cords, this invention is a dream to use.

 

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Hands-FREE!

You can take notes, reach for a snack, grab your favorite beverage. The TABLIFT is not going to tip over. You can continue to watch — uninterrupted– without touching the tablet. We find it durable and ingenious.

Q: Can I use Tablift with a case?

A: Generally no. Cases can add significant bulk to a tablet and may make it not slide into the Tablift.

 

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Q: Why does my Tablift topple forward or backward?

A: The tablift is very stable when all legs are separated; imagine four table legs. If the legs are too close together, as in step 3, it will not be stable.

 

Q: What tablets will the Tablift work with?

A: All generations of iPads, Android tablets, Amazon Kindle Fire, Windows tablets, HP WebOS, and many more.

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September 23, 2014 - Posted by | BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURS, HOLIDAY GUIDES, LIFESTYLES, TECHNOLOGY, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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