The stand doubles for use with either an iPod or an iPad, and obviously you could adapt the basic design for pretty much any portable gadget (and match your home decor with an appropriate choice of bricks). This model was built by the 10-year old son of tech writer (and friend of Lifehacker) Anthony Caruana. Hit the Flickr stream for a closer look, and point us to your own best practical LEGO creations in the comments.
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