Plinth has had another storming reception from the review site DroidHorizon.com – to the extent that to prove my YouTube video showing Plinth run over by a tractor wasn’t a fake, they ran over their review sample themselves with a pickup. Watch the fun by clicking on the pic here:
We’d love hear what you think of Plinth, so have added a feedback form to the site. From now on, a good percentage of respondents will win a Plinth of their choice, absolutely FREE! Tell us what you think today, and help us help you make Plinth better.
Plinth is now available on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com (links here). We aim to ship same day on all orders, although Sunday orders won’t ship until Monday. Delivery times should be next day for UK orders, and 5-7 days for all International orders. It’s worth checking these sites in your country, as we sometimes run promotions.
More and more people are going to see their doctor complaining of persistent lower back and/or neck pain, and the evidence is – our use of tablets and smartphones is responsible. An increasing number of young adults are reporting severe lower back and neck pain, and it is significantly caused by improper positioning (looking down, stooping) whilst …
For anyone using a Raspberry Pi computer, Cyntech have designed a fabulous 9″ 1280 x 800 LCD screen called the HDMIPi. The Plinth is perfect as an adjustable multi-angle support for the screen, or indeed any screen you use with your little Pi! See it and order here
Plinth is at the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas, thanks to our good friends Alison Grieve, inventor of the brilliant G-Hold tablet holder. She has already spoken to several distributors who really love the world’s best tablet stand, so we enter the New Year with exciting times ahead! Will keep you posted.