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Toddler Girl Fruit Bear Polka Dots Print Underwear Briefs Review
Dr. Bojan Tunguz: This is a very versatile book stand that is easy to carry around and easy to store. It is ideal for smaller books and for those readers who don't need variety of reading angles. However, it can accommodate larger books as long as you are a bit careful how you use it. In addition to books, it works really well with a variety of electronic book readers and the new generation of tablet computers. I've used it with myKindle Wireless Reading Device (6" Display, Global Wireless, Latest Generation)and iPad. In fact, when I was looking for an inexpensive way of propping up my iPad so that it doesn't lay flat on the table I settled for this option and so far it is working perfectly for me. In fact, I am writing this review on iPad that is propped up with it.The only problem that I have with it is the manufacturing quality. The first holder that I bought broke after a few months of use. I still went ahead and bought a new one because I feel that its many advantages far outweigh this shortcoming, and hopefully if I am a bit more careful with how I store it and handle it it may last longer this time around.
George Everlast "G.Everlast": This thing rocks. It will hold your book where your want it to be. It will save your neck and keep you hands free to take notes or whatever as you read. It is super lightweight and convenient. I just keep it in my backpack at all times. It handles my 1000 page law books, so no worries in that department. The price is right. I see other people clunking around those huge, expensive wood book stands. This is way better. Go with this.
JCR: I'm very disappointed in this device. It's basically just a coat hanger with two plastic guides. The only thing it has going for it is portability. It can only hold regular sized hard covered books. Forget about any size paperback, it will not work. Even hard cover books are nearly impossible to align correctly and they slip and slump in all kinds of odd positions. Then you have to completely remove the book from the stand every time you need to turn a page and try to realign it all over again. I tried with over 10 textbooks and it didn't do well with any of them. For home reading I'm going to buy and suggest you buy a more substantial stand. The only reason to keep it is to slip in a backpack and take with you and hope you have the desk space wherever you take it to use it.
J. Paine "JRBX": Want to pay upward of $50 for a thing to hold your Kindle while you read a recipe from it in the kitchen?I didn't either.So I bought this very simple, very inexpensive book holder. And guess what? Somehow it doesn't seem to recognize that the Kindle is NOT a book and can be easily tricked into holding a Kindle in much the same fashion as it would an actual book!!!! Go figure.
Karlinha "Dog Lover": I bought one for myself and everybody that sees it loves it. I love it too. It's very light and easy to carry around. I like mine so much, I bought extra ones to give as Christmas present to my mom and other family members.