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IPad case hides wires

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California-based Strutwear has introduced Strut Launchport, an iPad charging station that tilts and pivots as well as hides all exposed electrical cords. The Launchport inductively charges an iPad (2, 3, 4 or mini) on a jewelry-grade, triple-chromed, stainless steel pedestal. The cases are handcrafted of burl wood, carbon fiber or select fashion prints.



The Launchport retails for $1,500. For more information, visit www.strutlaunchport.com.

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