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Iclooly iPhone Stand Makes Mini iMacs

by Paul Strauss
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So did you stand in line this morning to get your grubby little hands on an iPhone 3G? What better way to celebrate your shiny new toy (assuming you managed to activate it), but with a desktop stand that makes it look like a tiny little iMac?

iClooly iPhone 3G Stand

The iClooly iPhone stand bears a striking resemblance to the modern iMac, what with its brushed aluminum adjustable base and curvy black back.

iClooly iPhone Stand

You’ll be able to adjust your iPhone to just about any angle you might want, including rotation from portait to landscape modes. With the recent addition of the glorious new Apple Remote application for the iPhone and iPod Touch, this would make a mighty fine display stand for controlling your whole house media system from afar.

iClooly iPhone Stand from Back

The iClooly costs $47 (plus shipping from overseas) and should hit any day now for the iPhone 3G (it’s already available for the iPod Touch). Those of us with original iPhones, seemingly, are left in the dust. Oh, to be an early adopter.

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