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Geek Sticks iPad 2 to Fridge Door Using Smart Cover Magnets: Next Up, Shattered iPad 2

by Shane McGlaun
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This is disaster waiting to happen right here. I can understand the need for people to mount their iPad in strange places. If you are in the kitchen cooking it might be nice to mount your shiny new iPad 2 on the fridge, where you can read or watch video while you cook.

One geek has figured out that the magnets in that cool new iPad 2 Smart Cover are strong enough to hold the svelte tablet to the fridge door. The problem I see if that the stuff hanging on my fridge randomly crashes to the floor about every three days.

I would hate to see the iPad 2 crash to the floor because you were too cheap to buy a proper dock – or one of these – for your $500+ iToy. If you are the sort that doesn’t mind living on the edge now you know you can stick the iPad 2 up there like a piece of kid’s artwork.

[via 9to5Mac]




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