An iPad stand "made and designed in the US" by an 11 year old is now on sale

An iPad stand "made and designed in the US" by an 11 year old is now on sale
A patented aluminium-made iPad stand created by an eleven year old is now officially on sale. After he was challenged by his father, the kid used his DIY spirit and created the "Dzdock One" iPad stand.
Now you can order the Dzdock One stand, which is optimized for video conferencing (among other things) from the source link below. It is available in six colors (black, pink, lime, red, white, silver) and it costs $25.00 a piece. This news is very similar to another story we reported about a NY teen who has earned $130 000 thanks to a kit that makes the black iPhone 4 white. It seems like the entrepreneurs of tomorrow are already here.

source: Dzdock via AVING

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3. j.dora

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 29, 2012

Ok so I own iPads laptops towers pcs and macs and both of you short sited fools need to get a life or a grip probably Both and just to piss you off I'm writing this on my iPad. This is a net idea but I wish that it swiveled or a bit more adjustable.

2. RainCaster

Posts: 4; Member since: Dec 10, 2010

I just don't see anything there that is Patent-Worthy. No wonder our country is losing the IP batlle- we waste our time patenting sheet metal origami.

1. Rawrzellers

Posts: 224; Member since: Aug 22, 2010

My hats off to the kid Honestly though, if you want something for video conference and a full keyboard. Stop buying the iPad you dumb ass. Buy a fucking laptop instead of buying a $700 iPad and all these bull shit accessories you can't carry with you when you're traveling. HEY GUIZ JUST GIVE ME AN HOUR TO PACK MY iPAD AND MY STANDER AND MY KEYBOARD AND CHARGER. Don't bother to bring clothes.

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