It ain't half hard on the neck, Mum!

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  1. HunnieBunnie

    HunnieBunnie Well-Known Member

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    I know many of you view entire programmes/films on your mobile, but I do not know how you stand to do it!

    I was about to retire the other night. My one must watch programme had just ended, and there was nothing else on telly that I wanted to watch. I had half a drink left to finish, and I did not want to return to my desk, so I ended up screening a couple of TED talks on my app on my mobile. Neither one was very long, but it was so uncomfortable! I tried holding up the mobile with my hands, and I tried resting it on my knee to watch, but no position was comfortable. My neck was aching by the time I finished watching the talks and went to bed. How on earth does anyone manage screening programmes/films on a regular basis?! Does it not hurt your neck??
     
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    The easiest way would be to use some kind of stand or holder to hold the device in a position for comfortable viewing.
     
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    HunnieBunnie Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I think it would require a lap tray or something. Not sure it is worth it unless I have no other options available.
     
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