DZdock was created by an 11-year-old

When I was 11, I was more interested in the cute girl next door and video games than designing any sort of product. Then again, if something as cool as the iPad or iPhone had been around when I was a kid, I might have been more interested. An 11-year-old kid named Dino Zaharakis has invented a cool stand for the iPad and one for the iPhone.

The stand was designed after Dino's dad challenged him to design a better iPad stand with the promise of a new phone if he could do it. Dino and his pop went to a local college and worked up a 3D model of the DZDock and the rest is history. The DZDock is really cool and allows you to dock the iPad or iPhone without having to unplug the charge and sync cable.

The anodized stands are offered in black, white, silver, red, pink, lime, and blue for $29.99. The dock is designed to work with just about any product out there and will work with devices in portrait or landscape modes. The normal price is $29.99, but a special code will save you $10 on that price. The code is DZPRNEWS.