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Twelve South unveils the new ParcSlope for the MacBook Pro or MacBook Air

Twelve South unveils the new ParcSlope for the MacBook Pro or MacBook Air

Hardware Apps
January 20, 2015

Twelve South is back with its latest well-crafted device. The company designs accessories only for Apple products, and the new ParcSlope continues that tradition.

As the name suggests, it is a metal stand made from a seamless sheet of steel. It is designed to lift your MacBook screen to a more ergonomic height, helping to cut down on neck strain. The stand, which weighs in at a svelte 2 pounds, also places the keyboard into a comfortable typing angle of 18 degrees.

The stand can fit any size MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. Your laptop is held in place with a soft silicone lip while rubber feet on the bottom of the ParcSlope protect your desk.

A hole on the back of the stand allow for management of cords, including USB cables that can sync and charge your iPhone or iPad.


The ParcSlope also features built-in cord management.

The ParcSlope can be ordered now from Twelve South’s site now for $49.99.

As an interesting side note, Twelve South selected the ParcSlope name to honor the history behind the Mac itself. You can read more on that at Twelve South’s blog.

We’ll hopefully have a review of the ParcSlope soon. But it looks to be another great accessory for your Mac laptop.

For other recent accessory news and reviews, see: Review: Tech21’s Classic Shell Case protects the iPhone 6 Plus without weighing you down, This week in accessories: Smartphone Ring of Light, WaterField Bolt Briefcase and more, and Case maker Urban Armor Gear sends a protected iPhone 6 into lower space.

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