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Eco Friendly iPad Station | iPad Docking Station | Eco Trend | Trendspotting

23-08-2011 Eco-friendly iPad and iPhone Docking Stations

The Apple iPad is by far the hottest gadget of 2011 so it's only natural that manufacturers have produced eco-friendly docking stations to match. The iLog is as close to the

earth as they come. A simple organic handmade oak stand by Twisted Tee secures your iPad in its rustic body while also acting as a charger. Each log is made from reclaimed London oak. A French group took a more minimalistic approach and created an iPhone docking station out of 220 to 270 gram paper. The designers even released their design on the

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web. Check out the
video below to build your own eco-friendly iPhone docking station.

Voltaic's Spark Tablet Case on the other hand is a lot more high-tech, using solar power to generate operational time on the iPad. Designed as a travel case as well as support, it retails for $300. The case is lightweight, waterproof, UV-resistant and is made from recycled plastic bottles. It holds roughly 8-9 hours of direct sunlight energy in its universal battery pack. Interested? Click here.

From basic to futuristic, eco-friendly iPad docks are the next eco trend to follow the popularity of their partner, the iPad. 


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