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ParcSlope is a dual purpose stand that elevates MacBook screens and angles iPads for more comfort and productivity. With ParcSlope, MacBook users enjoy better ergonomics and increased airflow for a cooler, quieter MacBook. iPad users will love the feel of the 18-degree sketching/typing angle ParcSlope creates. Precision curves, special ridges and built-in cable management make this sleek metal stand a must-have for MacBook and iPad users.
ParcSlope is a one-piece metal stand that elevates your MacBook screen for more comfortable viewing while keeping your keyboard angled and low to your desk for comfortable typing. It’s the best of both worlds. Use ParcSlope and your notebook alongside a full-size keyboard, mouse and external display for a cozy desktop setup that keeps your MacBook Pro Touch Bar within easy reach. With so many options, ParcSlope makes it easy to personalize your workstation for maximum comfort.
Along with elevating your MacBook screen, ParcSlope also positions your keyboard to an 18-degree typing angle. Your wrists, neck and shoulders will be thanking you. Tackle long documents, knock out emails and get more done with this little desktop stand. If you have a MacBook Pro, you’ll be happy to know the Touch Bar will be conveniently close to your fingertips.
|ParcSlope for MacBook & iPad||
Height: 2.75 in /70 mm
Weight: 11 oz / 320 g
ParcSlope holds your MacBook or iPad Pro at an 18-degree angle; perfect for typing and sketching, while also elevating your MacBook screen to a more ergonomic viewing height.
In 2015 Twelve South introduced a ParcSlope wedge stand and discontinued it a few years later. The new 2021 ParcSlope Stand for MacBook and iPad also holds MacBooks tilted at an angle - but that's where the similarities end. The new ParcSlope design looks like nothing else. Its minimal footprint seems to defy gravity and the large padded oval support can hold all iPads and iPad Pros (even iPad mini in portrait!) for the ultimate iPad creative stand. While the ParcSlope name was too good to let go, everything else about the new ParcSlope is as fresh as the new decade.