Luxa2s Stylish Aluminum Holder Suspends Your iPad Mid-Air
Forget Apples delayed keyboard dock and iPad case and imagine, if you will, a robotic arm that holds your shiny couch computer suspended mid-air and turns it into a stylish photo frame or even a miniature home theater.
Luxa2, a division of Thermaltake dedicated to the home media, computer, and mobile accessories, has done what Apple did with the iPad they took their well-known H1-Touch iPhone holder and blown it up a few times to fit the iPad perfectly.
But unlike other iPad accessories, especially holders, the Luxa2 H4 is a sturdy iPad companion thats guaranteed to turn heads while affixing your multitouch gizmo firmly in place. You could also describe the holder as a shrunken iMac due to its foot with the curvature similar to that of the iMacs stand.
Like on Apples all-in-one desktop the Luxa2 H4s foot is silicon padded to ensure that the stand adheres to the flat surface. It also features a rotatable pivot, allowing you to turn and flip your device to find that ideal viewing angle.
The holder is 20 centimeters tall, 22 centimeter wide, and has six supporting arms with rubber pins that ensure scratch-free operation. Although its primarily meant for the iPad, the holder can also serve as a general-purpose e-reader accessory for your Kindle and other upcoming e-readers, the company said.
Brushed aluminum finish lends it an expensive look and feel that perfectly complements Apples $499 tablet. The Luxa2 H4 is scheduled to launch later this month. No price has been announced at press time.
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