iPad mini/Air Logitech keyboard angle adjustment device
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This simple little thing lets you change the angle on a Logitech iPad mini keyboard from the default angle to a more "workable" one.
Doubles the angle from about 22deg from vertical to about 45deg.
This Thing has now also been confirmed to work with both iPad mini and iPad Air Logitech "Ultrathin Keyboard Cover".
Future options could include slots for magnets to help snap device into place.
See timelapse of this thing being made: http://youtu.be/g_PNivSP7jU
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Can be re-worked as shorter/longer if needed (just take basic cross-sectional shape and extrude to a greater or lesser extent).
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