The Tablet is the Future of Writing

There is an old saying that states, “The pen is mightier than the sword.” Indeed, words have a lot of power. They can shape minds, influence an entire nation, and persuade people to action. Writing wields a kind of power that can be used to change the world.

Writing also feeds people.

It feeds them both with figuratively and literally. Words give wisdom to people, nourishing their minds. Also, words earn people money, feeding them physically. Some people love words so much that they have dedicated their lives to creating wealth all through writing.

For the longest time, the preferred medium was pen and paper. Those two are the writer’s best friends. With the pen, the writer wields his power.

But we’re no longer in the age of the pen.

Welcome to the 21st century, where most writing is done on a keyboard and screen. Today’s writer wields a tablet and a Bluetooth keyboard. These two things are the mark of the modern freelance writer, earning a living through words while having fun too. Thanks to the internet, these people are able to work anywhere in the world, anytime they want. Whether it’s in their hotel room, at home, or in their favourite coffee shop, no worries – as long as there is internet access.

There is one problem though.

Actually, two problems: back pain and neck pain. Writing using a tablet and keyboard has serious ergonomics issues. It forces freelance writers to hunker down to see the screen well. This is not good for their backs and necks, as slouching puts unnecessary pressure on the spinal column.

Worse still, this bad posture may soon lead to slipped discs, pinched nerves, and other spinal injuries. With the health of writers at stake, is there any way to solve this problem?

Now there is. Meet the Silesian Case.

Silesian Case solves that elusive ergonomics problem. By raising the level of the screen, it allows users to sit up straight while maintaining a proper viewing angle. This, in turn, promotes proper posture and spine health. Sitting up straight relieves the undue pressure on the back and neck, allowing the spine to relax.

The base of the Silesian Case not only acts as a place for your Bluetooth keyboard to sit; it’s also a wrist support. The padded sides are comfortable on the wrists, eliminating most of the pain of prolonged typing sessions. The side pads are raised, which also gives the wrists a more natural position when typing.

What tablets are compatible?

Any tablet is supported, even those with kickstands. Silesian Case works well with the iPad Pro, Surface Pro, Asus Transformer Pro, Google Pixel Slate, Lenovo Miix, and most models of Samsung Galaxy Tab. The case is also foldable and is able to store all the essentials, including a mouse, keyboard, AC adapter, power bank, and even your wallet and passport. The case protects your tablet and other accessories fully from bumps and scratches. The integrated carrying handle also makes the entire package easy to carry along anywhere you go.

Freelance writers who use tablets would definitely benefit from this innovative design. The tools of their trade will last longer, and their health will improve as well.

 

Job Eloja

By Job Eloja

I have a degree in Molecular Biology, and I graduated last 2014. For a year, I worked in a research lab, but at the end of it, I realised I am really not a good fit for lab work. I explored other options, and since I really liked writing, I took on a job as a content writer for a small company. I've been in this company for 3 years now, and on the side, I take on projects for my own clients as well. I have written more than a handful of technology articles, but occasionally I also write about other niches.

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