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Here’s Limb.al, a Kickstarter project with a simple premise: Let’s hold your smartphone in a position where it can help you while it’s charging — or otherwise just sitting there. It’s a rigid USB cable that holds that Android device or iPhone either horizontally or vertically, letting you position it for use as an additional screen while you compute or drive.
The best news is, this handy accessory has already topped its $11,000 Kickstarter goal with 25 days to go, so it’ll probably be put into production before too long. It’ll probably cost around $17, the price 69 backers pledged as their votes for the viability of the project.
After you watch our video, be sure to take a look at the Limb.al’s Kickstarter site, which cops a humorous and slightly aggressive attitude that made us smile. For example, here’s how the creator of Limb.al describes what you’ll get for your pledge of five dollars: “You get nothing for this! I don’t want your sad pity money.” Not surprisingly, only one backer signed up for that.
Does Limb.al look like something you’d find useful?