Butcher blocks have been kitchen mainstays for decades. iPads? Not so much, but we definitely use ours in the kitchen all the time these days. Occasionally we watch instructional videos, more often than not we’re reading recipes, and every now and again we’re just listening to a podcast and the iPad is entirely unrelated to cooking. Whatever your case, the iBlock ($150) will take care of you. They make ‘em in walnut, maple, and cherry, and you can specify the size of the slot depending on your iDevice. 

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