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Curve Flex lets your MacBook take a dramatic stand

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Twelve South Curve Flex MacBook stand designed for office or coffee shop
Let your MacBook stand up and take a stand with the Twelve South Curve Flex.
Photo: Twelve South

With Twelve South’s Curve Flex, a MacBook can tilt up slightly or be elevated almost two feet off a desktop. The laptop stand is designed to be, well, flexible. It’s also portable.

The accessory launched Tuesday.

Twelve South Curve Flex MacBook stand designed for office or coffee shop

As good as MacBooks are, there’s room for improvement. A stand tilts and raises the computer so it’s more convenient for the user.

“Position Curve Flex as a desktop wedge or elevate it for the perfect desktop setup. Flex the stand up to 22 inches for eye-level video calls or to align your MacBook screen with your external display,” says Twelve South.

The stand has two sets of hinges so users can adjust their laptop’s angle as well as its height. The notebook tilts up as much as 45 degrees.

For taking it on the go, the 1.5-pound accessory folds almost flat and slips into a padded neoprene travel sleeve.

The Curve Flex comes in either matte black or white, and is available today. The price is $79.99.

Buy from: Twelve South

Twelve South also makes a variety of other Mac, iPhone and iPad accessories.

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