Jan 23 2012, 2:00pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
Ten One Design has a new and interesting stand for your iPad 2 that stands the device right on your desk. The stand isn't made to carry with you on the go, but it looks very nice for your desk. The stand will hold an iPad with protective skins on the back as well. The device uses powerful magnets to hold the iPad 2 in place.
It will not work with the original iPad apparently. The stand is machined from aluminum and hand finished. After the finish is applied, the company puts magnets into the base and rubber feet on the bottom of the stand.
The powerful neodymium magnets hold the tablet to the stand. I would have thought that the magnets in the stand might affect the storage inside the iPad, but apparently not. You can pre-order the tablet stand right now and it will ship on 1/24. The stand sells for $49.95.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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