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Topic # 205432 13-Nov-2016 09:17
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Hi sorry I looked at all the topics and don't know if this really fits properly in one forum type. But please rearrange in a forum that the mods see fit.


Anyone has any brilliant ideas on how to put a 13" tablet on a stand that is secure for kids to handle? (Will be warned not to man handle it, but even gentle handling by kids = earthquake forces on the tablet)


All the stands I can find are mainly for smaller tablets, and even then do not look to be very stable.


Missus suggested recipe book stand .... I could whip out some random wood and build one I guess, but ...

Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.

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  Reply # 1669942 13-Nov-2016 10:14
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My vote goes to build one yourself.


Make sure to post a pic of the end-product.

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  Reply # 1670020 13-Nov-2016 13:26
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Would a music stand be any better? Don't know, just suggesting.



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