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Ten One Design Magnus iPad 2 Stand: The Invisible Stand

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Just like cases, people are always looking for the perfect stand, especially when it comes to the iPad 2. While some people were initially skeptical about Apple’s Smart Cover, anyone who has used it knows that it works pretty well, but it’s still a little cumbersome as a stand. This new stand from Ten One Design also uses magnets and it will prop up your tablet like no other.

ten one design ipad 2 stand magnet magnus

Magnus is a desktop stand made from aluminum and integrated neodymium magnets, which will attach onto your iPad 2. Because of its compact, minimal design, the Magnus has the added benefit of making it seem like your iPad is standing up by itself, with nothing holding onto it.

ten one design ipad 2 stand magnet magnus

You’ll need to use two hands to pry it away from the powerful magnets, but that’s a small price to pay for these looks. Also, it doesn’t work in portrait mode or with a case on, so if those are requirements, you’ll need to pick a different stand.

ten one design ipad 2 stand magnet magnus

The Magnus stand costs $50(USD) and is available from Ten One Design.

[via Geek & Hype(FR)]

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