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Actually doesn't look too bad, does it? It has a certain je ne sais quoi, brought about by the use of industrial textiles.
Frank took an Apple sticker from an iPod shuffle to add that last little piece of authenticity to the sleeve.
So that your iPad doesn't slip out onto the floor or sidewalk, this sleeve even has a closure.
Velcro is used to hold the sleeve closed
Yes, it's padded. Nice, huh?
Nice, considering how inexpensive it is. And it protects while it enhances...
The iPad is in the sleeve.
Turn it into an iPad dock, of course!
This photo shows the high-tech design methods and manufacturing that were involved in making the tape roll iPad dock
Beautiful, isn't it? Well, maybe not. But it IS functional.
Wilson Lam also used found materials to make his iPad dock. In this case, it was a soft drink cup holder from a fast food restaurant.
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