When asked to review these products I thought they’d primarily be for my eldest daughter’s use. I’ll be quite frank; my wife and I hijacked them and our daughter has barely touched them!
The SeeSaw (RRP £29.99) is essentially a pyramid-shaped rubber box that you fit your iPad into. Once inside, it will stand up in both portrait and landscape. It tilts the screen at the ideal angle for reading although I did find it a little awkward to type.
You can access all the ports and speakers. Being rubber the product is easy to clean.
The carrying handle on the back is a useful feature. I also took this to bed to read some iBooks and it was great to just place the SeeSaw on my knee and read without having to hold on to the iPad.
As for the stylus (RRP £19.99) , it did everything I expected it would. I have to be honest, this was the first time I’ve had any need to use a stylus so I’m no expert. I was, however, able to write, draw and flick through the various apps on my iPad without any issues whatsoever. Being designed like a six-sided pencil, it won’t roll off your desk, which is a bonus. For the record, I used it with the free app Bamboo Paper.
For more information about both products go to the Griffin Technology website.