Hhhmmmmm........that's a lot of hard edges for comfy browsing if you are lying on a couch.Very happy with this one. Very versatile only thing it is pricey. Lots of good reviews from ilounge and macworld.
Did you see the foam cushions that can be attached to the bottoms? They allow the stand to be used on uneven surfaces. I don't really use it for lying on the couch more just sitting and slouching I guess.Hhhmmmmm........that's a lot of hard edges for comfy browsing if you are lying on a couch.
WedgePad all the way. I've had one since a few weeks after they came out, and it's hands down the best accessory I bought for the iPad. I'm a "curl on the couch" girl, and this thing balances itself on my knees in virtually any position I get into--the microfiber is fairly non slip, especially when wearing jeans. It's small enough and squishy enough that it travels well too. I don't even bother with a case when I'm home; during the day, the iPad sits on the WedgePad, at night, it's on a stand for charging. (Only the very thinnest of cases work with it, at least for the original iPad--the original black Apple case, a TPU back are fine, but even my Yoobao slim is too thick. Not sure about the iPad 2 cases.)
[doublepost=1460845681][/doublepost]I agree that the light-weight wedges are wonderful for regular size and mini iPads, however, this doesn't work at all for the iPad Pro. It's too cumbersome and too big for the small triangle wedge to hold.My Hubby and I use these light-weight wedges, specifically designed for holding books/iPads while on the couch:
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They really are great, provide for totally hands-free viewing. There are a variety of color choices/patterns. I have seen them on Amazon and here:
You do realize that you've responded to a post from almost 5 years ago, right?[doublepost=1460845681][/doublepost]I agree that the light-weight wedges are wonderful for regular size and mini iPads, however, this doesn't work at all for the iPad Pro. It's too cumbersome and too big for the small triangle wedge to hold.