Mobile devices have become a big part of the kitchen. Fancy gadgets like iPads often double as cookbooks but handling them with sticky hands can be difficult, especially when undertaking tasks like chopping veggies. But that won't be the case with this clever cutting board that doubles as an iPad stand.
The Orange Chef Co. cutting board with iPad stand features a groove designed to hold an iPad® 2 or later, iPad mini™ and iPad Air™. Nonslip feet keep it in place while a perimeter groove traps food juices. The cutting board is made from recycled wood-fiber composite that won't dull knives.
If you are a tech junkie, buying it is a no brainer. You'll find it at Williams-Sonoma for $74.95.
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