So I've been loving my iPad Air since I got it on release day. However, I've noticed that I get a LOT of fatigue when I'm holding it for any length of time - especially if I'm laying in bed on my back, holding the iPad in both hands (landscape or portrait mode). I've had to resort to using my nexus 7 to watching movies in bed because I just can't hold the iPad Air without getting fatigue. So, thinking that the weight was the issue, I went out and bought a new iPad Mini retina. I love it, however I noticed the same fatigue issue - which didn't make sense because my Nexus 7 weight slightly more. Once I started paying close attention, I began to notice that the new iPad's have pretty sharp edges and they definitely cut into your skin. It's too slight to be painful by any means, but it's just enough to cause comfort issues and brings on fatigue much faster. It's usually only when I'm laying down in bed, holding it up with my arms, which unfortunately is when I use it the most. With the Nexus 7, I can hold it for hours, and I have to take a break after 10-15 minutes with the iPad Mini/Air. The Nexus has rounded / rubber edges and much more comfortable to hold. I really hate cases, but I'm guessing a case will remedy this? Does anyone else have this issue, or am I just a pansy?