As cool as iPads are, my only gripe is never being able to use it comfortably. See, kids, once you reach 35, you can no longer just look straight down for more than five minutes without days of residual neck pain. And sure, I could get one of those weird keyboard things that turn it into a laptop, but the truth is that I just want to lay in bed comfortably while searching my list of favorite sites: UberReview, CoolMarriedGuy, and WeInterrupt. Don’t you? Now you can with the new Kickstarter project the Tablift. They call it the “The Missing Companion to the iPad,” and in today’s lazy society, that probably couldn’t be more true. The Tablift features four twistable legs and a three-slotted receptacle that acts as a cradle for your beloved tablet to sit in one of three different positions and angles. The wide base ensures that it won’t tip over, and it’s spider-like body allows you to rest it on something as soft and comfortable as your bed. And best of all, you can fold it up and slip it in your bag and take it wherever you go, so you can do the same on vacation, or when you’re upstairs in your mother’s guest room and avoiding your family at Thanksgiving. The Tablift is available for pre-order now for $55, and once the OG models sell out, they’re going up to $60. Pick it up here.