HiRise for MacBook
Designed for laptops of all sizes.
HiRise for MacBook is a beautifully designed, height-adjustable stand that elevates your laptop to a comfortable desktop. HiRise does what fixed stands can’t do. It lets you set your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air from a few inches, up to a half foot off your desk, which makes it perfect for MacBooks and users of all sizes. You’ll see HiRise as more of an upgrade than an accessory.
The convenience of a laptop, the comfort of a desktop.
Made exclusively for MacBook, HiRise elevates your laptop up off your desk, reducing neck strain and creating a more comfortable work setting. Perch your MacBook Pro or Air on HiRise and pair with your favorite wireless keyboard and mouse to create an ultra-comfortable, super convenient workstation.
What goes up must come down.
When it comes to laptop stands, one height does not fit all. You’ll see what we mean the first time you use HiRise for MacBook. This sleek, brushed metal stand has a spring-loaded stem that lets you easily raise or lower the height to the viewing position most comfortable for you. If you connect your MacBook to an external monitor, you can use HiRise to align the two for the ultimate dual-display setup. Ready to give HiRise a high-five?
One stand for all MacBooks.
Whether you’re rocking an 11-inch MacBook Air or a 15-inch MacBook Pro, this height-adjustable stand delivers desktop comfort. HiRise has v-shaped arms that are lined with a soft silicone that grips the base of your Mac. The arms also allow maximum airflow around your laptop. On the bottom of the metal stand, you’ll find teflon rails that allow you to spin HiRise from side to side without leaving marks on the surface of your desk.
HiRise Setup Guide
Meet the whole family.
Our HiRise family is the perfect way to elevate your MacBook, iMac, iPad mini or iPhone to a more comfortable viewing height. All three HiRise models are made from sturdy steel to support, showcase and boost your Apple user experience.
“...a solid and stylish stand that makes sense for anyone who spends time working on their laptop sat at a desktop.”Nick Spence, Macworld
“There’s no shortage of stands for laptops, but we’ve never seen one as useful or beautiful as the HiRise for MacBook from Twelve South.”Charlie White, Mashable
Turns your laptop into a desktop. Here you can see how HiRise helps you create the ultimate desktop setup. Set your Mac on HiRise and pair with your favorite keyboard (notice the extended keyboard version) and mouse.
Perfect alignment. Use HiRise to align the screen on your MacBook with your favorite external monitor. In this photo we have a 15-inch MacBook Pro aligned with a Thunderbolt Display.
Stunningly simple design. HiRise is designed to showcase the beautiful design of Apple MacBooks. The brushed metal stand complements your Mac for a picture perfect pair.
Elevate your work experience. HiRise does what fixed stands can’t do. It lets you adjust your MacBook to the height most comfortable for you. It works with all current MacBooks and users of all heights.
Set it high or low. Adjust HiRise so your Mac sits just off your desk to focus like a laser on your screen. The Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Trackpad are joined together using a Twelve South Magic Wand.
Perfect perch for MacBook. HiRise for MacBook has a solid, sturdy base and v-shaped arms to support all MacBook models. Here you can see the soft, silicone lined arms that grip the base of your laptop.
Improve your view. HiRise lets you elevate your MacBook up off of your desk to a more comfortable viewing height. Because the stand is height adjustable, it’s perfect for laptops, and users, of all sizes.
Goes up. And down. HiRise lets you set your MacBook a few inches off your desk or up to a half foot off your desk. Regardless of what size MacBook you use, this stand lets you find your perfect viewing height.
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Width (base): 7.16 inches (182 mm)
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HiRise for MacBook
- Can I type on my MacBook keyboard while it's on HiRise?
No, we do not recommend typing directly on your MacBook keyboard while its on HiRise. We suggest pairing your favorite keyboard and mouse with your Mac while it's on HiRise for the ultimate elevated workspace.
- How high will HiRise elevate my Mac?
HiRise for MacBook lifts your laptop from about two inches up to a half foot off of your desk.
- Why would I want to elevate my MacBook to sit higher on my desk?
The main reason for elevating your MacBook up off your desk is for comfort. Elevating your MacBook can reduce neck strain and will provide a more comfortable, desktop-like setup.
- Why would I want an adjustable stand for my MacBook?
Why would you not want an adjustable MacBook Stand? MacBooks vary widely in size between the tiny 11-inch MacBook Air and the awesome 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. A ‘one-size’ stand does not fit all MacBooks. HiRise adjusts your MacBook from just a few inches off the desk to almost half-a-foot off the desk. This lets you decide what height is best for you - not what fixed-height you're stuck with.
Another consideration. Often a dual-screen setup (MacBook + External Monitor) works best with the two screens placed directly side-by-side. With cables coming out of both sides of the MacBook, this placement is impossible with most fixed stands. The HiRise lets you lower your MacBook and clear these cables so you can have that perfect edge-to-edge setup you’ve always wanted. The adjustable HiRise Stand for MacBook makes this setup possible.
- What is on the bottom of HiRise stand? Does it have rubber pads?
The HiRise for MacBook has two polymer rails on the bottom - very similar to the base of iMacs and Apple Displays. Not only do these rails protect your desk from scratches, but they allow you to pivot your MacBook via the HiRise stand itself. This makes it much easier to safely adjust the position of your MacBook or to swivel it to share a screen with a colleague.
- Is it really true that HiRise can align my MacBook with a Thunderbolt Display?
Yes, HiRise can be used to align the screen of your MacBook with a Thunderbolt Display, or pretty much any other external display you may prefer to use.