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PlasticSmith debuts eight “tux” clear stands

imageFollowing up on its line of successful Mac mini acrylic accessories, The Plasticsmith has announced tux for iPod, a series of eight flame-polished acrylic stands built to hold full-sized and mini iPods. Described by the company as “the first elegant stand for Appleā€™s ubiquitous music player,” tux comes in upright and tilt versions that hold your iPod straight up or on a recline, respectively, as well as black-based and white-based color versions. Each model will have clear sides and 3M pads on the bottom for stability. Apple’s cables can be connected to mounted iPods for easy charging and synchronization while inside.

Starting on August 18, tux will be exclusively available for $35 plus $3 shipping and handling direct from The Plasticsmith’s online store. Additional photos of the six other tux variants are available there.

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Oy, faux trophy mounts for the iPod…watch out, Plasticsmith, Waterford can’t be far behind.

Do we get etched stick-on brass plaques to go with ‘em to? (“First Place, Mama’s Monday Nite Bowling League”). Shame y’all have ta clutter dem up wit all dem silly cords an’ all…not like people actually USE their iPods, for what they were REALLY intended, after all.

Suitably Unimpressed. Just as I am with those cheap, made in some third-world sweatshop executive desk something-or-others gift sets one sees at Xmas time on those aisle kiosks down at the Office Depot. What a waste of precious plastic.  The Plastic Police should cite these guys.

Ok, I’m going back to the sanitarium now…

Posted by flatline response in East Amherst, NY, USA on August 18, 2005 at 4:11 AM (CDT)

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