Line of accessories from The Joy Factory really Klicks!

Technically, the season of Joy to the World might be wrapping up, but if you unwrapped an iPad this holiday season, you might want to consider one or more of these cool add ons from The Joy Factory. Branded with the Klick name, they offer a kick stand, desk stand, and wall mount for your iPad 2. They all use the same interlocking mechanism so you can switch from desk to wall mount easily.

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Each gadget includes an iPad 2 case, so the distinction between them is the desk or kick stand, or the wall plate. As with all of The Joy Factory products, they are well made, well packaged, and would like right at home in your local Apple Store. They are only available in white, which looks great with my iPad 2 and would accent a black iPad nicely as well... Sort of a Star Wars stormtrooper effect!

The desk stand and wall mount allow for full 360 degree rotation. The wall mount actually comes with two mounts and a case so you could use one in the office and one in the kitchen. If you purchase a stand and a mount, you'd get two cases so two iPad users could wall mount their devices simultaneously, etc. The cases are compatible with Apple's smart cover.

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