Just Mobile’s Minimal New Stands Will Mount Your MacBook In Style

Just Mobile’s Minimal New Stands Will Mount Your MacBook In Style

The AluRack mounts your MacBook in style and out of sight.

Just Mobile is one of my favorite third-party accessory makers for Apple products. They make beautifully minimal stands, chargers, styluses, and other random accessories for iPhone, iPad and Mac. What makes Just Mobile’s stuff great is that most of their products look like they were designed by Apple itself, and that’s no exaggeration—just take a look at their catalog. It’s all great.

A couple of the newest products to be announced by Just Mobile include the AluBase and AluRack MacBook mounts.

Just Mobile’s Minimal New Stands Will Mount Your MacBook In Style

If you like to keep your MacBook closed while you use an external display, then the AluBase looks stellar.

Crafted from a single piece of high-grade aluminum, the AluBase ships with plastic inserts to hold MacBook Pro, MacBook Pro with Retina display and MacBook Air firmly upright.

Conceived by the award-winning Danish designer Jakob Wagner, AluBase is designed to turn your MacBook into a desktop sculpture. It’s the most stylish solution for storing your iconic laptop, and an elegant way to use your MacBook with an external monitor and keyboard.

Inserts are included for the MacBook Pro, Air and Retina, so one size fits all! The AluBase can be purchased for $50 today.

Just Mobile’s Minimal New Stands Will Mount Your MacBook In Style

The AluRack serves a slightly different purpose: mounting your MacBook on your iMac or Apple Thunderbolt Display.

The Just Mobile AluRack is the innovative rear storage solution for your Apple iMac or Thunderbolt Display. This ingenious rack, designed in Denmark by the award-winning Jakob Wagner, allows you to mount a laptop or external drive to the rear of your display.

The two-piece AluRack screws together through the hole in the stand of your iMac or Apple Display, creating a solid shelf without causing any damage to your computer. Crafted from high-grade aluminum and anti-scratch TPR cradle, AluRack is the perfect compliment to your iconic computer kit and the ideal way to keep your desk clutter-free.

If the AluBase doesn’t work for your external monitor setup, then the AluRack may be a viable option. The AluRack can be ordered online now for $60.

More pics of the AluBase in action:

Just Mobile’s Minimal New Stands Will Mount Your MacBook In Style

Just Mobile’s Minimal New Stands Will Mount Your MacBook In Style

And AluRack:

Just Mobile’s Minimal New Stands Will Mount Your MacBook In Style

Just Mobile’s Minimal New Stands Will Mount Your MacBook In Style

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  • FriarNurgle

    Last time I checked two monitors were better than one.

  • site7000

    $60??! They make Twelve South look reasonable!

  • extra_medium

    Last time I checked two monitors were better than one.

    Unless they’re the same size and height, I can never get myself to use both screens. I always end up putting all my crap on the thunderbolt and figure I might as well keep the laptop closed.

  • dcj001

    Last time I checked two monitors were better than one.

    I’ll take “What do people who have never used two or more displays at the same time say?” for $800, Alex.

  • sault

    It seems so nice without the cables…..

  • seaaalex

    So it blocks most of the vent on the back ????? Yeah good idea ….

  • Ed_Kel

    Not a bad way to spend $60.

  • FriarNurgle
    Last time I checked two monitors were better than one.

    I’ll take “What do people who have never used two or more displays at the same time say?” for $800, Alex.

    How so? I’ve been using two monitors at work for about a decade, laptop and external monitor. Great for multitasking and data monitoring/analysis.

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