Apple Tree, Literally

The Appletree displays the iPad  without negating ergonomic accessibility. The iPad is still totally usable in portrait or landscape mode but in a more unique way. The stand works great for musicians, presentations, even as a decorative piece in the home. Simple and clever design out of some tubes.


Designer: Michael Hilgers

12 Comments

  • MLG says:

    Sorry, I don't care for this. It has an unbalanced appearance and makes me uneasy. It looks as if it will tip over if I bump it or touch it in the wrong way.

  • MLG says:

    Sorry, I don't care for this. It has an unbalanced appearance and makes me uneasy. It looks as if it will tip over if I bump it or touch it in the wrong way.

  • Luigi Palooza says:

    Dashing. Where can I buy one?

  • Luigi Palooza says:

    Dashing. Where can I buy one?

  • Ricardo Raimundo says:

    WTF?!

    Maybe to hang coats.. they don't break when they fall.
    ERGONOMICS?!?!?! WHERE? You can't use it seated nor standing!

    ho.. I was wrong.. it's too short to hang coats!!

  • Ricardo Raimundo says:

    WTF?!

    Maybe to hang coats.. they don't break when they fall.
    ERGONOMICS?!?!?! WHERE? You can't use it seated nor standing!

    ho.. I was wrong.. it's too short to hang coats!!

  • iPhone 5 says:

    Well, I think it's quite cool! Works with the elegance of the iPads.

  • iPhone 5 says:

    Well, I think it's quite cool! Works with the elegance of the iPads.

  • Rox says:

    It’s perfect for my performances…I’m a singer who sometimes need my lyrics but don’t want to block my view from the audience….this works perfect….now where can i buy this?

  • Nice stand, where is it on sale?

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