Here comes a tablet holder for the Arthritis patients
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The Tablets and the e-readers have taken the place of not only the computers or desktops but also have provided a new dimension to many other daily tasks that we perform. Some of them are as the newspapers which are now mostly read in the tablets, or some of the shopping related details are also easily made available in these tablets. They are also said to have revolutionized the reading experience of the books for many users who won’t bother to carry a lot of books with them.
However along with all these plus points of the tablets, may have a chance of affecting peoples suffering from arthritis, as they may suffer from pain and discomfort caused by holding electronic tablets for extended periods of time.
Amanda Crawford has seen her mother battle Advances arthritis and so has seen the effects caused by holding and reading. So Amanda Crawford Designs' owner Myrna Alpern set to create a book holder that would make it comfortable to hold the tablets, which is virtually weightless.
This new Book holder is named as the BookBuddy that is an elegant book pillow, specially designed to eliminate annoying part of reading books as aching hands, wrist and neck. The BookBuddy can double as a lap desk for laptop with a removable. Clear acrylic desktop this is great for times when a hard surface is needed.
This BookBuddy is filled with non-toxic poly-fibers that distribute weight, which are also equipped with angled adjustable ribbons located on either side of the pillow. This will not only keep the books secured and prevent them from sliding but also keep the page open for a truly hands free reading experience.
Amanda Crawford Designs' would soon parlay the success of the BookBuddy to introduce the eBuddy tablet holder for the Kindle Fire, Nook and other smaller tablets while the iBuddy for the iPad, iPad2 and Kindle DX.