You know, I LOVE my iPad Mini. It’s so convenient for Goose to play with, and has fueled my reading addiction. The only problem that I’ve had with the iPad mini is it hurting my hand and wrist after reading for about an hour, and Goose seems to have trouble holding onto it sometimes too.
The ErgoGrip has become my iPad mini’s best friend. This little silicone rectangle has suction cups so that it sticks to your iPad or tablet giving you a more comfortable hold on the device.
I love the ErgoGrip because it is so easy to put on my iPad mini and to take off, but there are so many awesome features. There are no adhesives, so you don’t have to worry about the ErgoGrip messing up your device. The silicone is very soft, so even if you are going to be on your tablet for hours, the ErgoGrip is going to make sure you are comfortable. They come in five different colors, so odds are, you could find one to fit your tastes. Also, the extra width of the ErgoGrip makes it easier for little hands to hold onto the tablet.
There is only one thing that I don’t like, and that really isn’t any fault of the ErgoGrip. As you can see in the photo above, I have the ErgoGrip on the top of my iPad Mini (the short side). If I wanted to use it on the long sides, it would block part of the screen. So when using the ErgoGrip, I have to use my iPad mini in landscape mode. Not a big deal most of the time, though can be annoying. Like I said, this is not the fault of the ErgoGrip, it is, frankly, a drawback to the size of the iPad Mini.
Overall, I am very pleased with my ErgoGrip, and plan to keep using for quite some time.
If you would like to purchase your very own ErgoGrip, you can find them on Amazon. Right now, they are $8.99 (PRIME!!!), so if you plan on getting one, I would head over to Amazon soon, and pick one up; the ErgoGrip is well worth the price.
You can also enter to try and win an ErgoGrip. You can enter any time between now and 3/2/15 at 11:59pm