This Is The Perfect Accessory For The Netflix Binger

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No one ever thought that man would become so lazy. Wait, that's a lie. With technology and new inventions, man has become just that. And who's complaining? Well I'm certainly not. Let's think about this out loud - Netflix was invented so we could watch our favourite shows and movies when we want, where we want and how we want. Tablets were invented so we can access amazing services like Netflix when we want, where we want and how we want. Okay, so you catch my drift.

And if like me, you are the lazy so and so who watches Netflix in bed with your tablet then you will be more than familiar with the daily struggle to prop up your device in order to get the best angle without obscuring your view. My current solution is to get a small square pillow, or two depending on the angle to which I'm sitting or lying in the bed and prop my iPad up against it. Then the rest is challenging - I must sit or lie very still so to avoid the dreaded 'slip'.

But finally, my fellow binge-watching friends, I have found an awesome solution - introducing THINKGEEK'S Tablift. It is the perfect stand for devices that need to be placed on uneven surfaces. This spider-like accessory has four adjustable legs and holds any device that is 10mm deep or less (iPads, Samsung Galaxy, Kindle, Surface 2 and more). The rubber-tipped feet means there will be no slippin'.

The only bad news I have for you is that it's $59.99 which is stupidly steep for most, but if you value your time with your tablet then you'll reap the ROI.


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Tablift in all its glory

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I will be doing this

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Louise Johnston

With experience in the Irish FMCG industry LoJo has previously worked for global brands such as Bacardi and Red Bull. She can be described as a passionate infomaniac with an innate flare for brands, marketing and tech trends.