Ten One Design Magnus iPad 2 Stand

It is often the case with gadget accessories that, although the designers might have respectable

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It is often the case with gadget accessories that, although the designers might have respectable utilitarian motivations, the end product is often belabored with an overabundance of pockets, flaps, and other gizmos and gadgets that can prove unnecessary in the long run. Taking a decidedly different approach, Ten One Design unveils its Magnus iPad 2 stand. Clean and minimal, the aluminum frame boasts nothing more than a refined stand for an uncased iPad 2. It holds your iOS device via an incredibly strong neodymium magnet set, effectively securing and positioning the device at a slight angle for better viewing. The Magnus is designed with not only aesthetics in mind, but also function and is now available for a reasonable $50 USD, given its hand-finished coating and easy portability.

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