The iPad is a versatile tablet computer with the ability to play games, watch videos, read books and articles on a bright comfortable sized screen. It can also be used for work, remote learning, studying, and for communicating with others via email, texting or video calls. With accessories like the Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil it can even be used to write notes or create art.
But the problem with an iPad is that its weight can be difficult to handle. It can be especially hard to hold one of the larger iPad Pro models in one hand for extended periods. This is where the new iPad Air comes in. The new model is much lighter than previous generations, and this makes it easier to hold in one hand for reading, web browsing, or other tasks.
It’s worth noting that there are other ways to hold an iPad, but they require a lot of hands and wrist movement, which can lead to discomfort over time. To prevent this, you should use your fingers to wrap around the edges of the iPad and avoid gripping it too tightly. Using the right iPad accessory is important for physical comfort, and there are many great options on the market.
The Hand-e-holder is an excellent choice for iPads or other tablets because it uses micro-suction technology to attach to the back of a device and can be easily pushed in when not in use. Mike Burns, the founder of Hand-e-holder, shows off this neat device in a video of him and his friends playing ping pong with iPads mounted on them.