Saturday, July 31, 2010

FridgePad

Made of aluminum with a big old magnet on the back to keep it firmly stuck to the fridge, the FridgePad holds the iPad with four plastic corner clips. Once secured to the door of the smallest and coldest room in the house, you can use the iPad to play music, podcasts or audiobooks, show you recipes or, well, anything the iPad can do. The more I think about it, the more it is clear how perfect the iPad is as a kitchen computer.


The stand will cost $78 when it ships and will be available through Amazon. There is no word yet on a launch date, but you can sign up for email alerts on the product site.

WoodFord Design (FridgePad Site)

Features
  • Fast and easy iPad clip in and removal
  • iPad securely and snuggly held
  • Allows hands free use of the iPad
  • Full access to all ports and buttons
  • Magnetically attaches without any tools
  • Large powerful magnet to eliminate any movement
  • Works in both portrait and landscape mode
  • Can be easily removed and repositioned
  • Does not mark or damage your fridge or iPad
  • Designed to enhance your kitchen and home
  • Future proof design
  • Patent Pending design
  • Cast, machined from high quality aluminium
  • Finished in luxurious anodised silver

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