Ahead of the curve
Meet the redesigned BookArc for MacBook.
Charleston, SC, October 7, 2015 – Twelve South announces a completely redesigned version of their very first product, BookArc for MacBook. Tailored specifically for the newest generation of MacBooks, BookArc holds your MacBook vertically, freeing up valuable workspace. Dock your MacBook in BookArc, connect a large external display, keyboard and mouse and create a more comfortable desktop-style setup. BookArc for MacBook is compatible with all MacBook models including the new 12-inch MacBook. Like the original in 2009, BookArc is still $49.99 and available now. Find out more at twelvesouth.com.
Inspired by the latest generation of MacBooks, the new BookArc is made from bead-blasted aluminum. A highly-polished chamfered edge and a refined shape creates a desktop sculpture worthy of the MacBook. Three interchangeable silicone inserts softly cradle all current MacBooks from the 11-inch Air to the 15-inch Pro with Retina Display – and now the 12-inch MacBook as well. BookArc’s new design features a handy, integrated cable-catch to keep your power and connections from falling to the ground when you disconnect your MacBook.
“The original BookArc, released almost 7 years ago, supported a different era of MacBooks when 17-inches and 7 pounds was still considered small. The new BookArc is refreshed and ready for the next 7 years of MacBooks,” said Andrew Green, co-founder and creative director of Twelve South. “Given all the great new Apple mobile devices – for me and many others, my MacBook and BookArc are still what’s on my desk when I’m ready to work.”
Utilizing a little-known feature called Closed-Clamshell mode, BookArc inspires MacBook users to enjoy the best of both worlds: a laptop on the go, and a desktop at home. Connect and enjoy a bright 27-inch monitor for photo editing. Attach an extended keyboard with a number keypad. Reclaim vital desktop space with your MacBook stored upright in BookArc. Even dual-screen users often find refreshing focus by closing their MacBook and parking it in a BookArc.