Is the iPad Hammock the Coolest Invention in the History of Fun Car Drives?

If you are one of those average people who do not have much money and cannot afford a luxury vehicle, this new invention is for you. The so-called “tablet hammock-mount” (a mount for an iPad or any other tablet) is a perfect invention for people who want to have a rear seat entertainment system but cannot afford it.

What Is a Tablet Hammock?

A tablet hammock is a mount that is designed to hold a tablet in between two of the front seats to allow rear seat passengers watch a tablet on the back of the car. The simple-looking invention is pretty genius, if you think about it. Available at the price of $15-$30 (depending on the date that you purchased it and the discounts applied), the item is currently available for purchase on Kickstarter.

How to Make Money on Kickstarter

Simplicity is the key to success, especially when it comes to “sole warriors” or inventors with limited amounts of resources and manpower. Why over-complicate things, if you can simply be creative?

In the past, we reviewed inventions like the self-charging toothbrush, wooden eggs, and bamboo brushes. Just like the above-mentioned mount, all of those Kickstarter inventions were simple and extremely successful.

Is the iPad Hammock the Coolest Invention in the History of Fun Car Drives?

The Key to Success on Kickstarter

When it comes to a startup’s success on Kickstarter, what really matters is the company’s ability to resonate with its target audience. By tackling common problems with simple solutions, one can develop a profitable business.

The beauty of an iPad hammock-mount is in its simplicity and affordability. No longer will better entertainment opportunities only be limited to affluent folks. The user experience of watching a tablet that hangs down a hammock-mount is pretty much the same as the one that you can get with a more expensive car solution. So, enjoy watching your favorite TV shows in the back of your affordable Ford Fiesta and make your drive feel special.