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Twelve South 12-1708 Curve for Laptops and MacBooks | ergonomic desktop stand, matte black
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- Modern, minimal design complements & enhances your MacBook and workspace
- Elevates screen 65-inches and keeps 70% of the base exposed for optimal cooling
- Pair with a full-size keyboard & mouse for a comfortable desktop setup
- Sculpted aluminum design fits all models of MacBook and other laptops
- Allows access to your MacBook screen lift for one-handed opening
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At first glance it looks like a work of art. Look closer and see Curve is an elegant, aluminum MacBook stand. One that lifts MacBook an ergonomically correct 6.5" above your desk, with a 25-degree tilt. Use the matte black Curve to create a more comfortable, more efficient desktop setup by pairing MacBook with your favorite keyboard and mouse. Need to enter a keyboard shortcut or tap your Touch Bar? Curve puts them within easy reach. When it's time to go mobile, unplug your MacBook and roll out leaving a riveting sculpture behind.
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I have a standing desk and my arrangement is a laptop on the left with a monitor on the right and an external keyboard + trackpad on the lower level. This stand holds my open laptop at a height and an angle that matches that of the other monitor, which is supposed to decrease strain and prevent the need for you to constantly look "down" at the laptop screen.
It is nice in that it raises my laptop off the desk a bit and allows me to use the space under the laptop for storage if I need it.
For what it is worth, you don't really need this if you keep your laptop closed and just use the external display. Also, it would be difficult to use the keyboard and trackpad/touchpad on an open laptop if it were on this stand, so you really need to have the correct setup for this to be useful to you.
My razer blade pro 17" BARELY works on this. It seems precariously balanced on the stand in such a way that the slightest push or even opening the screen to a certain angle could cause it to loose balance and fall off the back of the stand. If they had made the bars that hold the laptop, just slightly longer, this wouldn't have been an issue.
Also the curve at the end of the bars (that prevent the laptop from slipping forward) seem to be too shallow. My laptop keeps riding up the lip and sometimes over it. The rubber helps it from just slipping off entirely, but the whole thing just doesn't feel secure.
First, this *really* makes a difference with the usability of touchbar macs, where you can see all of the functions on the touch bar easily. Also, If you occasionally use the track pad, this makes it even more accesible.
Second, for some reason the company Twelve South sends you "updates" which are horribly out of sync with the information available on Amazon and the tracking numbers that you receive. I received my on a Thursday but didn't have a chance to open it right away and verify that it was was I had purchased and on Friday I received an email from Twelve South saying that my product had just been shipped. It was confusing. Ignore any correspondence you get from the manufacturer.
Unlike the cheaper stands available, Twelve South opted to use dense high-quality steel. What does that mean for you? It means that your laptop won't bounce up and down when you type.
I know it feels hard to justify the price, but trust me, when you finally see and feel the quality of this stand you'll understand where your money went.