Every week I work to share the latest in greatest in technology for parents and kiddos. This time we are talking accessories.
My family is way too into our devices and their accessories. I’m probably the worst though; constantly trying out the right “thingy” for me – whether it’s a holder, case or charger. I’ve got a drawer full of connectors, manuals and more for cameras, computers, phones and more. Like the “land of misfit cords,” I just can’t bring myself to them away.
My newest search has been for the perfect Ipad holder/stand. I first began with a leather holder with a keyboard attached, but then it seemed like I was constantly taking it out when I was looking to watch a movie or let my son play with one of his apps.
Then along came the TabletTail from Octa, a new “two-part grip and positioning system” to make my Ipad convenient to hold with just a few pumps and its cute little tail.
Unlike other stands and portfolio cases that act as an easel, the WhaleTail holds the position and allows for dynamic interaction, from reading emails to playing games and in my case, planned my next life on Pinterest.
Developed by a small team of artists, philosophers, and inventors, Octa is all about blending beauty and functionality into its products. Hence the creative name and concept behind the TabletTail.
What was probably best about the TabletTail, was its capability to be customized to whatever use I needed to have. From hanging, wrapping and propping up the Ipad in a variety of ways, such as on a knee, a headrest, an armchair or a tray table, this stand could be formed however I needed. The “fins” of the WhaleTail serve as a convenient handle.
Sea how this tale swims for you!
Future-proof construction will work with older and upcoming versions of the Ipad, Kindle and other devices.
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