coqoon tablet pillow secures flat screens into place for comfort

coqoon tablet pillow secures flat screens into place for comfort


coqoon tablet pillow secures flat screens into place for comfort
all images courtesy of coqoon

 

 

 

the ‘coqoon tablet pillow’ conceived by dutch designer koen vorst enables one to easily relax while using a flat screen device. presented during milan design week 2014, the soft holder is made from 100% woollen kvadrat fabrics and feather inners. two strips line the surface to secure a 10-inch tablet in place, without the need to remove it for charging or to insert headphones as either end is remains accessible. the tablet pillow fits multiple products and is available in a range of colors and makes checking mail, reading a book or watching a film as comfortable as possible. 

 

coqoon tablet pillow secures flat screens into place for comfort
the ‘coqoon tablet pillow’ comes in a range of six colors

 

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coqoon divina orange

 

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the design can also be used as regular pillow by flipping it over

 

coqoon tablet pillow secures flat screens into place for comfort
detail of the high quality kvadrat fabric

 

coqoon tablet pillow secures flat screens into place for comfort

 

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coqoon tablet pillow secures flat screens into place for comfort

 

 

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