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Safari TV iPad Stand: Fold ‘n Play

by Conner Flynn
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You certainly have plenty of choices when it comes to iPad stands, but the Safari TV stand is a cute option that stands out from the pack. It’s eco friendly, fun and stylish. It turns your iPad into a mini retro TV. It’s especially perfect if you love watching really old shows on your tablet.

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Most plastic or fabric stands lack personality and aren’t very fun. Safari TV has more going for it. It is made from recycled cardboard and looks just like your grandmother’s old TV from years ago. Or if you are old enough, maybe it was your TV. It has faux dials and everything. You won’t even need to adjust the antenna or hit it on the side to give you a good picture.

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This DIY stand is easy to put together and will be ready to use in just minutes. It features slots for access to your camera, headphones, volume controls, and the rest. It’s compatible with iPad, iPad Air, and iPad Air 2. It will cost you $30(USD).

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