orb3000 · Apr 21, 2011 at 06:00 am

LEGO Adjustable Mobile Stand (Cradle)

Who doesn´t remember LEGO building blocks? Certainly, most of us had them when younger or still have them somewhere in your basement. XDA member bad pixel built an adjustable mobile stand (cradle) using LEGO pieces. Originally created for the Nexus One but can fit almost any device, this original cradle will let you place your device with style and originality. The viewing angle can be adjusted according to preference or situation for your gaming pleasure. It is a good and sturdy all-around stand for any mobile on landscape and portrait modes. You can see a video of the cradle holding a N1 as well in the thread.
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Originally posted by bad pixel
LEGO adjustable mobile stand

Hey all,

I’ve been gathering valuable information from the forums even before i signed up as a member and the amount and the quality of helpful information here is amazing.
I never had any info to give back to the community in the subjects that i was reading up on, so when i created this i figured i should share it here.

Its an adjustable mobile stand made from LEGO parts. It can cradle a big number of slate phones, in landscape and in portrait without modifications, although with small modifications it can cradle pretty much every phone out there.
It was originally made to cradle my N1 for some Wiimote emulator action but anybody can use it in their own way.

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