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Christopher Locke, an art teacher by day and eccentric artist by night, creates some of the most unusual iPhone and iPad docks ever to grace the pages of Crave.
Turn your iPad into wall art with the iRoom iDock iPad dock. It mounts flush to the wall, and you'll need a pro with power tools to install it.
The supermarket goliath has teamed up with Sky to fit iPad docks to its trolleys, letting fans watch the footie while doing the shopping.
Plus sales tax. Even so, that's $20 less than you'd pay for a handy desktop dock if you walked into an Apple Store. Nice little Father's Day gift, perhaps?
A European trademark application reveals drawings of an Apple iPad with a new horizontal docking option.
The brackets--an optional extra--will allow users to mount their iPads in the rear of the vehicle, just behind the driver or passenger seats.
Here's a clever (and horribly overdue) idea -- German motor company BMW is all set to install iPad mounting brackets in the rear of its next X3 baby 4x4.
The removable Koala iPad wall mount promises to leave your walls in good condition while letting you stick your tablet just about anywhere, even the loo.
If the Little Mermaid had an iPhone, she would use a Shellphone to amplify the volume.
The Williams-Sonoma Smart Tools Bluetooth Speaker makes cooking along with instructional videos easy. The speaker is part of a matching set that includes a stand and a splash screen.