GoPad is the latest tablet accessory out there

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Well, you’ve just bought a new shiny tablet but you somehow find it uncomfortable to use in certain places?

GoPad is here to help – it’s a new fancy device that allows you to take and use your tablet pretty much anywhere. It works somewhat like a Baby Bjorn carrier and allows you to carry your tablet around your neck for on-the-go computing, prop it up on a table to surf the Internet or just lie in bed and watch a movie.

In addition the GoPad comes with a swing-arm mechanism that can be instantly re-configured into a desktop stand or a wearable hands-free piece.

The GoPad is also compatible with all current tablets including the Apple iPad 2, iPad 3, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1), Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, Samsung ATIV, Asus Transformer Pad and Transformer Infinity.

Sounds good, right? Not quite – the GoPad is currently looking for money on Kickstarter to really become a product on the market. If you like it and most importantly need it you can perhaps send some money to Peter Kielland – the GoPad inventor – and make him and perhaps thousands future GoPad buyers happy.


Source: Informationweek.com

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