Android Headlines recommends the TabletTail: Monkey Kit as the perfect tablet stand for the Nexus 7 and the Galaxy Note 10.1 users. Alexander Maxham reviewed this flexible tablet stand in the kitchen, on a desk, in the car, and in bed.
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Richard Shulman of iPad Junkie Art needed an iPad stand he could use without straining his neck. He’s found the TabletTail: Monkey Kit to be the perfect flexible iPad stand to use while painting. He recommends that anyone who wants a hands-free and pain-free experience use the Monkey Kit!
The Paramus Post and Chris Johnson, the founder of BiteMyApple.co, discuss the TabletTail: Monkey Kit. This flexible tablet stand can be used as a bed stand. It also serves as a tablet car mount. It’s versatility is nearly endless.
AppAdvice highlights the TabletTail: Monkey Kit, the first fully-flexible iPad stand. Use it in the office, on the couch, and in bed!
Android Central spends a week testing the TabletTail: Monkey Kit, a flexible tablet stand and positioning system, and finds it indispensable for both work and play. This tablet stand connects to a wide variety of Android tablets, including the Nexus 7, and works in the kitchen, the office, and the bedroom.
Bruce Pechman, the Muscleman of Technology, told Good Morning San Diego that the Monkey Kit tablet stand is one of his CES favorites. The uses for this flexible tablet stand, he said, are limited only by your imagination. The Monkey Kit, more than any other tablet stand, provides a complete tablet positioning system, that can be wrapped, coiled, or hung in any setting, including the bedroom, living room, kitchen, or car.
David LeClair at GizMag says that the TabletTail: Monkey Kit brings the tablet stand to a whole new level. With its versatile and flexible nature, this tablet stand allows users to put their tablets in almost any position.
Stanley Goodner of TechnologyTell says that the TabletTail: Monkey Kit puts the “mobile” back in mobile device use! This tablet stand works in bed, on the couch, in the car, or on an exercise machine. It bends and flexes for stabile use anywhere you might need a tablet stand.
Get this flexible tablet positioning system for $80 on Kickstarter or for $99 when it’s officially available in April.