BaseLift MacBook Stand by Twelve South

Mar 24, 2015

Category: Gear

As exquisitely designed as the MacBook is, it still can get uncomfortable, whether it’s resting on your lap for hours at a time or forcing your hands and wrists into unnatural positions. Twelve South has a solution: BaseLift.

This is a super-thin, microfiber-layered pad and stand that attaches to the bottom of any MacBook, elevating your screen to a much more ergonomic angle. Flatten it out and you have a lap pad to shield your legs from the battery’s heat or the cold of the aluminum. BaseLift stays attached to the bottom of your MacBook all the time and promises to fit easily into most bags and cases. It’s designed for the MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Pro with Retina Display. [Purchase]

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