Breffo has launched a project on Kickstarter for Gumstick, a very cool idea for a universal stand that will work with iPhone, iPad, or an Android device. The hook is that it stores flat, while you can bend it into whatever shape you want to stand your device at whatever angle you want. When you're done, you can bend it flat again. Cool, right? Check out the video for more details on both the product and the company behind it, and there are lots of photos on the Kickstarter site that demonstrate the...wait for it...flexibility of this product. Breffo is almost US$10,000 towards its $25,000 goal. There are several Kickstarter-exclusive funding options, including a few early bird bargains that are left.
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