There’s a laptop stand for everyone, no matter where – or how – you work.
Do you pair your dual monitor desk set up with a standing desk? Do you adjust, re-adjust, and adjust again? HiRise allows you to adjust your laptop height until it’s just right – and then take it with you. It’s truly universal, so you can use it with your 15 Macbook Pro with retina, or your new 11 inch Macbook Air. With the silicon pads, HiRise won’t damage your desk surface, no matter what you work on.
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Are you always on the go? A rolling stone gathers no moss, but it never had a twinge in its neck. BaseLift is a laptop stand you can type on, so you don’t need to haul any extra accessories to be comfortable. Since it attaches to the bottom of your MacBook, you won’t leave it behind. When it’s not in use, it folds flat to protect your legs from the heat (or cold!) of your laptop. Whether you’re working from the library, a co-working space, or your favorite coffee shop, BaseLift is along for the ride.
Are you a firm believer in “less is more?” Is real estate on your desk hard to come by? ParcSlope lets you elevate your laptop without the additional external keyboard and mouse. The grooves for cord management are a great way to keep things tidy and out of the way. If you have other things to use your desk space for – sketching, taking notes, or maybe spilled coffee – ParcSlope can save the day.
Do you have your desk exactly how you like it? Do you strive for your work space to be visually interesting while still unobtrusive? GhostStand allows you to boost your MacBook to a better height for reading without distracting you from the important stuff. On GhostStand, paired with a bluetooth keyboard and mouse, your MacBook will seem to float above your desk.
Do you use your computer with an external monitor? Do you have a favorite keyboard and mouse? Are you particular about how your cables are managed?? Would you kill for a little extra elbow room? BookArc will get your computer off of your desk, free up extra space, and give your computer a boost in ‘closed clamshell mode.’ Pictured is the BookArc möd, based on mid-century Modern design. BookArc comes in MacBook matching silver, or expresso, birch, and walnut.
Laptop stands don’t have to be slabs of plastic with cord inputs. Your Macbook stands out from other computers, so why shouldn’t your laptop stand? In the mean time, try those exercises, order your favorite stand, and sit up a little straighter.