Stand helps iPhone do a Mac impersonation

But that certainly doesn't justify its $47 price, without speakers.

Impress

As we've witnessed more than a few times, some Cupertino loyalists just don't feel right unless they're comforted by a Mac at their side at all times. So for those times when it's not practical to lug around a desktop monitor, there's a stand for the iPhoneand iPod Touch that can help them cope.

The strangely named "iClooly" from RockRidgeSound will turn either handheld device into a mini-lookalike of the iMac, especially when turned on its side for video viewing. It apparently has no speakers, however, so we're not sure how it justifies its $47 price when there are other, more practical ways to put your iPhone on a pedestal

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