Griffin Rail Slice Tablet Stand Made Of Decommissioned Rail

No doubt, the piece of rail once endured the weight of numerous trains, but now it has gotten an easy mission to hold your tablet. Curious? Let’s go on checking the Rail Slice tablet stand.

Griffin Rail Slice Tablet Stand Made Of Decommissioned Rail

The Rail Slice is a unique and durable tablet stand that measures 12 inches length and weights 11 lbs. As shown in the images, the tablet stand is made from a single piece of decommissioned rail and every the piece of rail features the original manufacturers’ markings and evidence of punishing daily wear. Of course, the rail wear, rust, pitting and other imperfections have been preserved with 3 costs of low-gloss polyurethane, so you don’t worry about it hurting your precious iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3 or other tablets. Moreover, the tablet stand supports both portrait and landscape viewing modes, and the CNC-milled cavity not only allows you cable to go through for charging or syncing just like a charging station, but also improves the audio from your tablet.

Griffin Rail Slice Tablet Stand Made Of Decommissioned Rail

The Rail Slice tablet stand is priced at $129.99 USD, and you will get a free tablet case based on your choice. If you’re interested, head to Griffin Technology official site for more details or check out the following demo video first.

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