The TabLetGo offers more than a hands-free way to use an iPad, this Kickstarter project, started by Stephen Bozzone, gives interested backers a chance to help men and women who have been wounded while serving in the US military.
Pledge $39 to order your own TabLetGo, or pledge just $29 to donate a TabLetGo to a wounded veteran. Want to do both? Those backers who pledge $69 get their own TabLetGo, and donate another to a soldier as well.
The TabLetGo’s design makes it easier to hold an iPad for long period of time. Once the iPad is hands-free it’s much easier to watch a movie in bed or on the couch.
The TabLetGo is a perfect match for recuperating soldiers who may be confined to a bed or wheel chair.
The TabLetGo holds the iPad in landscape or portrait orientation. The user can adjust the viewing angle, including allowing the iPad to lean slightly forward when the user is lying down. Thus, the iPad conforms to the user rather than the other way around.
Remove the bottom pillow from the TabLetGo and prop the iPad on any flat surface, such as a countertop, desktop, or treadmill.
Made of a combination of recycled plastic, bamboo, and other sustainable materials, the TabLetGo is not only environmentally friendly, but all of its parts, including this funky hinge, are sourced from and will be manufactured entirely in the United States.
There are just a few days remaining in TabLetGo’s funding period, and the project has yet to be funded. Pledge before the funding period ends on January 31, 2013 and help get TabLetGo into the hands of a US Veteran.