Wednesday, February 19, 2020


Tablift is a different and entirely new kind of tablet stand as it is the perfect solution for solving the challenge of using your tablet hands-free in bed, on the couch, or just about anywhere other tablet stands don't dare go. The tablift works with virtually any tablet, full-sized or mini. With adjustable restraint straps to hold it in place 10mm grooves at the base will hold any tablet that is less than 10mm near the edge, which is virtually all modern tablets made by all the major tablet manufacturers.

The tablift works with all iPad Pros, large (in landscape mode) and smaller sizes. We have sold thousands of tablift units to owners of iPad Pros. Recently, in a small minority of situations (less than 1% of iPad Pro users), we have received some reports that the tablift left small indentations on the back of the iPad. This did not affect functionality, but it did leave small marks. In order to prevent this from happening, we suggest that you use a slim hard case while using your iPad Pro with the tablift. This will prevent any marks from being made. We have had zero reports of this issue with any other iPad or any other tablet brand or model. So if you have an iPad Pro, and want to get a hard case to prevent this, the case must be less than 10mm in thickness in order to fit into the slots of the tablift

My Opinion: This is a great idea to raise the computer up higher and use in bed.

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