Crafted from a seamless sheet of steel, the elegant ParcSlope lifts your MacBook screen to a neck-friendly viewing height, while tilting your keyboard to a comfortable 18-degree typing angle. Keeping the MacBook keyboard on your work surface means you can continue to use the keyboard and trackpad on your MacBook keyboard, instead of having to add an external keyboard. Built-in cable management keeps your desktop cables and connections from dropping to the floor when you unplug MacBook to go.
ParcSlope can also be used alongside your favorite external display for a side-by-side setup. The one-piece stand can also be used as part of a stacked display setup in which an external display floats above a MacBook resting atop ParcSlope.
"ParcSlope brings a whole new concept to MacBook Stands -- adding elevation to the screen while keeping the MacBook keyboard and trackpad in use," said Andrew Green, Creative Director of Twelve South. "It's the perfect way to add extra comfort and convenience when using MacBook at home or work. The name itself also honors the Mac...but that's another story."
The stand features a silicone pad with three small ridges on top that allow the 11, 13 or 15-inch hinged MacBook screens to fully open. It's available now at Twelve South for $49.99.