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TwelveSouth has launched the Curve Flex, a MacBook Pro stand that can raise the heigh by up to 22 inches off the desk, and at angles of up to 45 degrees.
Intended both for working from home and in the office, the Curve Flex is a three-section stand that can elevate and angle the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro to the perfect working position.
At its most compact, the Curve Flex can provide a flat working area, or could be angled by up to 45 degrees, depending on your preferred typing angle.
Its main party trick is to use both of its hinges to raise the height of the MacBook Pro off the work surface, while also still providing a wide array of working angles. At its highest, the top of a 14-inch MacBook Pro display could align with an external screen like the 27-inch Apple Studio Display.
The ability to raise the MacBook Pro up is also handy for virtual meetings, as it can bring the FaceTime HD camera up to eye level. This can result in a more flattering picture than a lower camera angle looking up.
Weighing 24 ounces and folds flat, the stand is said to be highly portable and usable anywhere there is a flat surface. A neoprene travel sleeve is also included.
Available in matte black or white, the TwelveSouth Curve Flex stand is available for $79.99.