GroovBoard Antique Oak
This oak could tell you stories
If you like your gear to have a bit of history, the oak GroovBoard is the perfect choice. Made from over 500-year-old reclaimed wood from an 18th century farmhouse's door frame, this model doesn't try to hide its mileage. Expect to find cracks, holes or even traces of fittings and carpentry nails, especially in the battle-worn distressed variant. Learn to love these unique flaws and enjoy how well a hand-made product with a past and a mass-produced tech gadget with a future go together.
- Solid 500-year-old reclaimed oak, solvent-free linseed oil finish, neodymium magnets, self-adhesive anti-slip rubber feet
- ~300 x 230 x 24 mm (11.8 x 9 x 0.95 inches)
- ~1,100 grams (2.4 lbs)
- Supports iPad 1 and iPad 2, 3 & 4, iPad Air and the iPad mini with or without Smart Cover
- Stylus holders support styluses of up to ~12 mm diameter (e.g. Wacom Bamboo Stylus, Adonit Jot Pro, Pogo Sketch, etc.)
- iPad and accessories pictured not included.
The GroovBoard gives you several options for using your iPad comfortably with or without an external keyboard, with a stylus, on your couch or easy chair, in bed or at a desk or table.
In flat mode, the two main grooves hold your iPad securely at two distinct angles, and let you use an external keyboard when the iPad is in the back groove. In upright mode, the iPad sits in the top groove, rested against your thighs and the back (or, in this mode, upper) groove becomes a mount for the Apple Wireless Keyboard.
Two stylus holders on the left and right side of the GroovBoard hold on to your stylus in both flat and upright mode. Any stylus up to a diameter of about 12 mm (~0.47 inches) will fit.
When the GroovBoard is used in upright mode with your knees pulled up, you can remove the magnetically attached handrest to move the iPad to a lower, more comfortable position if required. This is most useful when using the iPad in this position without an external keyboard.
If you want to use the GroovBoard on your desk or countertop, six anti-slip rubber feet support it and protect both the GroovBoard and the respective surface from scratches.
“Stroke of genius.”
If you like watching movies on your iPad and you have a Bluetooth speaker like the Jawbone Jambox, try placing the speaker in front of the iPad with the front of the speaker facing the iPad's screen. The sound gets reflected off of the screen at an angle that makes it sound like the audio is coming right out of the iPad.
Another great usage scenario for watching a movie or reading on the iPad is to use the GroovBoard for setting down a cup of coffee. Just be sure not to wiggle around too much ;)
For a full feature overview, check out the usage page.