Boring day at work

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Niknar, Mar 25, 2010.

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    A boring day at work, so messing around in photoshop, my fav one is attached and there are two others at link.
     

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    Bennieboy©

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    turn the iPad on it's side lol, or are ya going for a desktop touchscreen ebook reader lol, looks pretty good ;)
     
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    I like the first one in your link, of the larger tablet running OS X. That's more like what I was expecting of the iPad to be honest.
     
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    TheOnlyJon

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    The mobile monitor with cloud computing is a sweet idea...
     
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    It would be able to come off the stand :) and I would love if it could rotate too.
     
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    I was thinking about stands for the iPad the other day. A really cool idea but probably not possible would be a magnetised stand and a magnetic back on the iPad so you can have a very clean connection between stand and iPad. Basically just stick the iPad on the end. This will allow for it to be rotated. The powerful magnets though may mess a few things up though?
     
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    7on

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    Like what?

    Though to get a magnet strong enough to hold the iPad you'd have to go for one of these

    http://unitednuclear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=70_71&products_id=285

    which comes with their own set of warnings and hazards o_O
     
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    Hehe, I like the attached one, I can just imagine how ridiculous that would actually look
     
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    It looks cool but... magnetic? I don't think that aluminum is good for that, oh no and God knows what kind of effect a strong magnet would have on the device, Ufff!

    I think that you would need something else to accomplish such a thing, some sort of case that you use to protect the IPad that had something to attach such a stand in the back, that's what I think. Besides, a protective case is much more needed for the IPad than for the IPhone from the stress testings I've seen on the IPad, almost mandatory.

    Any manufacturer interested in building such a contraption? Belkin, Griffin perhaps? ja, ja, ja :)
     

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