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Tuesday, 05 March 2013 15:11

CoolerMaster shows off new iPad stand

Written by Rob Squires

Cebit 2013: Curious layout with plenty of style

CoolerMaster is showing off some of their latest accessories for the growing tablet market at CeBit this year. 

They are set to introduce the Ren, a new iPad display stand geared for presentations as well as your office desk. The new display stand is combines style and functionality in a compact form factor designed to easily integrate into your current setup. 

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The backing detaches from the main part of the stand and functions as rear cover protection for your iPad. It is manufactured from aluminum, rubber, and plastic and weighs in at 22.4 oz.  A street price has yet to have been set for this upcoming product.

 

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