Tech Neck can be a pain in the neck!

April 2016

Today’s digital age is obsessed with staying constantly connected with electronic devices. Our love of communication on smartphones, tablets and e-readers is creating a constant neck ache called, “Tech Neck.” Tech Neck is a position where shoulders are hunched forward, neck is strained in an uncomfortable angle while you are looking down at the screen. As you crane your neck forward to the screen, muscles begin to tighten and strain. If you spend hours hunched over a smartphone or tablet, this poor posture will lead to increased neck pain.  This constant strain of the upper body can lead to major medical problems down the road. Ouch!

So what can you do?

While nearly 60% of adult Americans own smartphones, according to a recent Pew Research Center Report; it is more important than ever to be aware of what we are doing to our bodies. There is a way to eliminate tech neck with the assistance of a tablet stand holder. View our best-selling tablet stand holder - LEVO G2 Deluxe Tablet Stand, which holds your tablet at perfect height while you sit, lay or recline.

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A great benefit of the LEVO G2 Deluxe Tablet Stand is that it is on wheels so it is highly mobile for relaxing around the home. The heavy base offers an adjustable reach arm that will not tip over and will bring your device to you, extending over the edge of your furniture.  You can adjust the swing arm infinitely, to be at perfect height while you lounge in bed or run on a treadmill.  Experience the full potential of your electronic device, without any strain, while your device is at the right height that is comfortable for you.

A tablet stand holder will eliminate tech neck caused by leaning over your smartphone or tablet too long.  Don’t treat it, prevent it!!! Learn more about Tech Neck.

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I use an iPad pro 12.9” with my Levō stand and no other stand comes close to what the Levō delivers in terms of pure quality. To support such a heavy tablet as the iPad pro, it takes thinking twice before you design something like this. Whoever designed the Levō did think twice, at least.

Great unit with one big exception. Please fix.

First of all, I’m hard on stuff which is why I spent the extra money to buy a Levo computer stand instead of the standard piece of crap cheepo on Amazon. If I don’t knock it around I know that my kids will which is why the product had better be made to stand up to at least a standard amount of house hold abuse. I’ve owned it for 3 days now and it appears to give every indication of succeeding on that goal.

I rate this unit a 4 instead of 5 for one reason. The designer made one annoying design decision that I firmly disagree with. The laptop tray joint uses a small loose L shaped bar as a way to lock in the desired viewing angle on a vertical axis. It is literally a small loose L shaped bar that will, I am certain, at some point in the next two years get lost. Yeah. . . . lost. Between using it daily in my own pilates studio along my kids screwing around with it, that L bar will undoubtedly get lost. Then what??? I fear a paper clip would be too weak so what else should I use instead?

Other than that I love the unit. As I mentioned I use it in my home pilates studio and my work out form has already improved because I am now when I watch my Pilates instructional video on Pilatesology.com I able to constantly able to slide the unit around my hard wood floor to attain an optimal viewing angle.

In addition, that L bar vertical axis join is not easily adjustable on the fly so sometimes I have to literally stop my class, find the L bar, pull it out, readjust the table head, lock the L bar back into position into the gear and then continue with my class. For a $170 dollar Rolling Laptop Workstation Stand its a total pain in the ass. Right? Arguably I should have purchased the tablet display and played class on that instead because the head rotates on a totally loose axis however I needed a desktop work station and I don’t want to purchase two separate units.

Anyway, 4 stars. Please fix the issue and send me a new free head :)

Thanks for your thorough review. I see that you like your LEVO aside from the Locking Pin. I’m with you! We added the locking pin only as an option for users who have an absolute need to lock the tilt. Actually, our design team doesn’t see a need for the pin but we added it just in case some of our users feel their laptop will be more secure with the tilt locked. The pin is really not needed. As you can see by adjusting the position of your Platform, the movements require a good amount of force – even the tilt. We designed the movements to be tight enough to support the weight of a large laptop, but not so tight that they can’t be moved by hand. As extra precaution, even if the tilt were to rotate by some unexpected force, the Safety Cord keeps your laptop from leaving the Platform. If you choose to use the Locking Pin, you’ll most likely keep your tilt locked in one position. For that reason, the pin would stay put and not get lost. But no fear, we have plenty in stock in case your pin happens to wander off. I use my LEVO Workstation daily without the Locking Pin and it works great. Maybe you can give it a try too and let me know your thoughts. Our team thrives on consumer feedback, so thanks again for your reply. Dave Founder
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Apparently the levo I ordered no longer uses these cords.