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Wooden iPad Station Makes an Apple 1Pad

by Paul Strauss
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Most of you are probably too young to remember what the original Apple computer looked like. The few of us who do, recall it looking like a wooden box with a keyboard built into the top. In fact, the first Apple didn’t even come with a case – that’s just the case design that homebrewers built for the system. Now you can make your shiny new iPad look a bit like that wooden Apple 1.

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The Wooden iPad Station from Hekseskudd is carved from black walnut wood, and holds both the iPad and Apple’s Bluetooth keyboard, turning your tablet into a retro-modern workstation. The slot holds the iPad in either landscape or portrait modes, and the Apple keyboard fits neatly into the cutout on top. There’s actually a little extra storage space under the keyboard as well.

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While it’s definitely reminiscent of the Apple 1, this looks a whole lot nicer, and the iPad is about a million times (and that’s my exact mathematical calculation) more powerful than the old 8-bit system of yore. You can grab the Wooden iPad Station over at Ahalife for $139(USD).




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