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If you’re reading this on the iPad or browsing through our iPad magazine, you’re going to want to read this. A new study from Belkin, Harvard School of Public Health, and Microsoft has found that tablet users may be at high risk to develop neck discomfort based on behaviors driven by the limitations of tablet designs.
The report suggests that head and neck posture can be improved by establishing optimal viewing angles. This data was factored into the development of Belkin’s new tablet stands so that student discomfort is minimized while device view-ability and usability are optimized.