In his new book iDisorder, psychologist Larry Rosen advises that as much as we may love our personal technology tools (and he does), it’s good to take a “tech break” periodically.
At Levenger, we’re designing ways to achieve this balance through what we call productive coexistence. Products that let you use both fast tech and slow can actually help you be more productive, as you’re using your brain in different ways. Here are three to consider.
- Circa iPad Foldover Notebook. See how well your iPad and your Circa notebook work with each other side by side. Sometimes it’s more efficient to tap and scroll; other times it’s more effective to write. Now both share an equal presence.
- iPad Laplander. More of us who love to read are discovering when and what we prefer to read as an eBook, and when and what we enjoy reading more as a print book. This cozy lap pillow for reading answers both these calls.
- Performance Pad Folio. Taking notes on a Levenger note pad with your iPad by your side can be especially productive when you’re researching on the Web and need to write as you go. Plus, having both these technologies—one fast, one slow—in one convenient folio keeps you at the ready for whatever the business day demands.