(PRWEB) September 02, 2015
“G-Hold” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly Tech Report, which features the latest and coolest technology products available to consumers. Amanda Forstrom, a technology expert and special reporter for NewsWatch, conducted the review and shared with viewers how this device was designed for people to comfortably hold a tablet while reducing the likelihood of it dropping.
Tablets like the iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab have afforded people a convenience in life that smartphones and laptops just can’t offer. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t come with its own set of inconveniences. Tablets can be a pain to hold for long periods of time and are easy to drop. The solution? The new G-Hold.
Made in Scotland, this simple gadget will save a tablet from the user. With the G-Hold people will find themselves no longer lose their grip on the tablet, keeping it secure in their hand. There are two different versions: the megastick which is a permanent attachment to the back of a tablet or case and the microsuction which uses tons of little suction cups to adhere to a device.
The G-Hold technology in each version is the same – all users have to do is pull up the handle then slip it through their fingers for a solid hold. Users can hold it in any position because of its ergonomic rotation. Each version comes in 5 colors - pink, green, blue, yellow and black and is compatible with any tablet. The megastick goes for $24.95 while the microsuction fetches for $34.95.
To learn more, visit http://www.creativetechgadgets.com today.
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