TabletTable

TabletTable

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$199.00

Rated 4.00 out of 5

TabletTable is an accessory for helping students to reach and view the screen of an iPad Air or iPad Pro 9.7

Product Features:

  • Provides an ergonomic, 22-degree angle design
  • Includes a built-in handle and a convenient storage space for chargers or other supplies
  • Offers solid construction and nonskid bottom for security and stability
  • Accompanied by the Grab & Go Case™

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TabletTable is an accessory for helping students to reach and view the screen of an iPad Air or iPad Pro 9.7.

Product Features:

  • Provides an ergonomic, 22-degree angle design
  • Includes a built-in handle and a convenient storage space for chargers or other supplies
  • Offers solid construction and nonskid bottom for security and stability
  • Accompanied by Attainment’s Grab & Go Case™

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
iPad Version

iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro

Reviews(4)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    5 STAR RATING was a very easy choice to make for our family! WE DEFINETLY RECOMMEND the TabletTable. It has been life changing for my 7 year old with moderate/severe cerebral palsy with severe motor/physical delays. We have 2 favorite features; first is the durability…It withstands dystonic and spastic whacks of incredible hulk power without budging or moving!!! Our next favorite feature is that is has incline options that can be set to view his iPad from different angles. He has severe muscle spasms in his neck and shoulders so this was an important feature we had to have when searching for the best tablet holder for my son. It has other features we adore also including height adjustment which helps stop glare if by a window which our house is full of and also makes the tablet more accessible and a lot easier for my son to touch the screen depending on which chair he is in and how hard we want him to work. It also features a convenient carrying handle allowing me to send the TabletTable to school with my son and easily bring it home. We did notice the stability of the product allowed my son bring both hands to midline which is AMAZING and it also fits on all of my sons adaptive equipment trays at home and at school!!!! We found our forever iPad holder and are confident we will not need to replace it!!

  2. My son Silas received the Tablet Table to review recently. He is 6 years old, an iPad lover, and happens to have Spastic Quadriplegia Cerebral Palsy that limits his ability to use a tablet without our help. Due to his CP diagnosis, he has limitations with his arms and hands. He cannot pick up the iPad to navigate it, and it takes complete focus to be able to reach out and press icons on his iPad. We found when using the Tablet Table that with it being in a stationary and secure spot he was able to navigate his iPad much easier. The angle allows him to see his iPad easier than when its laying flat. He also has Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI), so angles make a big difference in how he views objects around him. Because the Tablet Table has the rubber grips on the bottom it stays stationary where we place it without him being able to throw it off his lap or tray. I like the option to be able to take the rubber case out of the Tablet Table as well to bring it places easily or pack it in his backpack and knowing it’s still protected. It also allows for it to be mounted to his mounting arm on his wheelchair when he’s not using it in the Tablet Table itself. So it allows for use in multiple environments. The whole unit is so lightweight and easy to take places, but at the same time it’s durable enough to stay on his tray without him being able to move it. This is an important feature because kiddos like Silas already come with so much equipment, so it’s nice when pieces are made easy to travel with and easy to carry around. I think my only wish for this product would be an adjustable angle, due to his visual impairments, to be able to view more upright at times or flat at times depending on how he’s using it, be it in his wheelchair, tummy time, during therapy, etc. I think an adjustable angle would help those with dystonia as well who need different access depending on the day and what their body will allow them to do that day. A lot of kiddos with CP have dystonia and movement disorders that change often so we’re constantly having to adapt to their bodies needs. I would also LOVE to see it come in different color options to choose from! Kids with visual impairments often benefit from black backgrounds and high contrast, so I think all black would be a great option to offer, but I also love picking bright fun colors for Silas’ equipment because it’s fun and inviting for his peers to want to come up and interact with him. The green it comes in is a very nice neutral color though that I think is also great for CVI. Overall this is just a great product, and I highly recommend it for those who use communication apps on their iPad, or even for those like Silas who use them for pleasure and comfort!

    ‎Melly Brown‎ to TabletTable on March 6, 2018 at 11:58am

  3. Rated 3 out of 5

    Can’t wait for you to make the next size bigger for the 12 . 🙂

    • Appreciate your feedback! We will work on it for you…

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