Mention: "Maybe your great grandfather helped build railroads back in the early 1900s, giving you a connection to part of U.S. history. But even if he didn't, you can acquire a link to that era via a line of tablet stands made from reclaimed rail from the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. Choose from two styles: A Rail Slice Tablet Stand made from a decommissioned rail or a Rail Artifact Tablet Stand made from two railroad spikes and a tie plate. Created through a partnership between Griffin Technology and Rail Yard Studios, the stands can hold tablets in landscape and portrait modes. The cost? About $130 each..."