There’s a cool new accessory trying to raise money at Kickstarter. Called Radiul, it’s a document holder that works with iPads and laptops. As a compact and lightweight “device,” its design features curved groove that makes paper stand up. In terms of materials used, Radiul is made out of CNC-machined anodized aluminum and it does its magic of attaching to laptop’s and iPad’s surface using thousands of tiny suction cups.
So what can you use Radiul for? Project author suggests it’s perfect for transcribing handwritten notes from a meeting or lecture, reviewing of a marked-up printouts, referring to the notes while writing an essay or preparing for an exam and reading printed instructions while working.
Aside from the “mobile” version that works with tablets and laptop, there’s also the desktop model which we at IntoMobile don’t care about much.
Radiul is looking to raise $14,000 goal and you can secure your unit for $40. Check it out from this page at Kickstarter.