Twelve South Announces HiRise For iMac: An Adjustable Stand With Built-In Storage


Isn't that the prettiest iMac stand you've ever seen?
Isn't that the prettiest iMac stand you've ever seen?

Twelve South has today announced a new height-adjustable stand for iMac called HiRise, which claims the be the first adjustable stand to offer a built-in storage bay — the perfect place to store your external hard drives, cables, discs, and even your wallet and keys.

Crafted from extruded aluminum and stamped steed, the HiRise looks right at home underneath your favorite all-in-one. Rather than placing your iMac on top of it, its stand actually sits inside, creating a “bold, ultra-modern look” that will transform the look of your desk — and free it from clutter.

Flip down the HiRise’s magnetic faceplate and inside it you’ll find the perfect place to stow all your gadgets and gizmos. The adjustable, brushed metal stand elevates your iMac to a more comfortable eye level, and it eliminated the need to fabricate your own, wobbly stand from old books and boxes.

“It’s time to do better than a phone book!” said Andrew Green, Creative Director of Twelve South. “We see Mac users prop their beautiful hardware up on reams of copy paper and cringe. Many agree that just a few extra inches of height makes their Mac tremendously more comfortable to use. Enter HiRise for iMac. It raises your Mac to six different positions. It hides connected hard drives and keys inside. But coolest of all, its design integrates with your Mac to look like nothing else you’ve ever seen.”

HiRise supports all iMac and Apple displays with the L-shaped base, including the 27-inch iMac and Thunderbolt Display. It’s priced at $79.99 and you can orders yours now from Twelve South’s website by hitting the source link below.

Source: Twelve South


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