iBed, a hands-free up-high and down-low tablet stand, notes that "When lying down for a long period of time, you not only risk dropping your tablet device, but you also suffer from pain in your arms and neck and back." And, I would add, become more susceptible to obesity, antisocial personality disorder, and Benjamin Franklin's arch nemesis, gout. (Not to be a downer or anything. Personally, I'd put up with a little gout any day if it meant I could keep drinking my Capri Suns and streaming Netflix without even sitting up in bed.)
iBed's design holds a tablet in harmony with its user's natural sleep posture. Set a tablet facedown in the open circular holster overhead, slide the stand's slim base under a pillow, and lie your head down to secure. Then adjust the height and placement of your tablet with the iBed's swivel arm. iBed can also sit on the floor next to a sofa or chair, where it will serve as a more traditional device stand.
iBed's official compatibility spans from all Apple tablets to Nexus 7 and Galaxy Note 10.1, to the Kindle 7". Smaller and larger Kindle models will also fit in the iBed with a little DIY jerry-rigging.