But you forgot something, didn't you?
You forgot the stand (or you spent the last of your money on the tablet without budgeting for accessories).
In my case, I didn't realize how necessary a stand would be until I laid my tablet flat on my desk and proceeded to hover over the screen like a disembodied chicken, pecking away at the keyboard, trying to search the web.
My brother sent me his clever idea for a makeshift stand with supplies you almost surely have (unless you have already tossed your box or burned it or fed it to your pet goat, Charlie).
However, I I have limited desk space and the box, albeit sturdy, is a bit bulkier than I'd like.
So I came up with this!
All you need is the slip case from the original box, a ruler (or straight edge) and a box cutter or similar blade.
Step 1: Measure and Cut
Then mark two scoring lines at 5 3/4" and 6 3/4" from the top.
Then mark one more cutting line 7 1/4" from the top of the box, being sure to extend this line as well by 1/2" onto the sides of the box.
From the end of each cutting line, draw a diagonal line to the end of it's nearest scoring line.
Cut and score you four lines accordingly.