The Tesseract is a pretty unique desktop solution for storing your laptop and mobile devices. The product is made of two aluminum cubes with slots cut out for various device sizes. Each cube has a unibody construction, so no welds or screws. The Tesseract also has an Anodized finish for durability and gives it a nice look.
The Tesseract can be a stand for the Apple's iPads, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and even iPhone. The cutout allow for some cabling work to provide a nice docking station for when the device isn't in use.
The Tesseract is available now an retails for $79.
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