$40
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UPPERCASE Designs KRADL for 12-inch MacBook

UPPERCASE Designs has expanded its line of KRADL laptop stands to include a model designed specifically for 12” MacBook. The solid aluminum KRADL for 12” MacBook ($40) holds the closed laptop in a vertical position. It can be used with an external monitor when the MacBook screen isn’t in use, or simply as storage, freeing up valuable desk space. An anti-slip silicone pad along the base prevents damage to a desk’s surface and keeps the stand firmly in place.

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$79
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Grovemade MacBook Dock

Grovemade’s previous Laptop Stand provided a nice aesthetic touch for those who like to accent their high-tech aluminum MacBooks with a more natural wood-finished product look, and now the company has expanded its lineup with its new MacBook Dock ($79), an elegant handcrafted wooden stand that helps you make the most of your workspace by holding your MacBook upright — great for when you’re using it with an external monitor and keyboard.

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$40
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Satechi Aluminum Monitor Stand

Satechi’s Aluminum Monitor Stand ($40) is a wide stand that can accommodate a MacBook or a Mac monitor. The one-piece stand is designed to elevate a monitor for a more comfortable viewing angle. In doing so, it also clears desk space, leaving an empty area below the monitor that can be used to store cables, a keyboard, or other items. Satechi’s stand comes in three “Apple colors”: gold, silver, and space gray. The gold edition is pictured here.

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$120
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Grovemade Laptop Stand

Despite the shiny, high-tech look of Apple’s MacBooks, natural and wood-finished products still remain popular choices for accenting one’s work environment, helping to create a more eclectic look. Grovemade’s Laptop Stand ($120) joins the company’s collection of handcrafted wooden accessories. Crafted from multiple molded sheets of wood veneer, the stand provides a graceful curve that raises your MacBook screen for ergonomics while providing room beneath for expanded space on your desk — a great place to keep your MacBook accessories out the way.

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Twelve South BaseLift for MacBook

If you do a lot of typing on your MacBook on the go, you may have discovered that the angle isn’t always optimal for comfort. That’s what Twelve South hopes to address with BaseLift for MacBook ($40), an integrated stand and laptop pad that’s always ready to both protect your lap and bring your MacBook to the optimal typing angle for doing serious work.

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$70
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Satechi Premium Aluminum Monitor Stand

If you’re tired of just putting your iMac atop a pile of books and want to add that extra little bit of height with a bit more style and functionality, Satechi has you covered with the Premium Aluminum Monitor Stand ($70). This stand has a modern style that fits in perfectly with your Mac’s aesthetic while allowing you to more easily get your screen up to a comfortable eye level to eliminate neck strain.

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$45
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Maclocks The Blade

While MacBooks used to come with slots for security locking cables as a standard feature, Apple’s move toward producing ultra-thin MacBook Air and Retina Pro models has eliminated the ability to include this locking feature – there’s simply no room for it anymore. So, what to do if you’re concerned about securing your $1,000+ laptop at your workspace? Enter The Blade ($45) from Maclocks.com, a company that has long specialized in physical security solutions for Macs. This latest universal bracket lock allows you to secure any sized MacBook while still providing a reasonably elegant and low-profile design.

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$50
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Twelve South ParcSlope for MacBook

Twelve South’s ParcSlope for MacBook ($50), named for both the Brooklyn neighborhood and as a Mac homage, is a desktop stand that angles a MacBook on a — you guessed it — slope. The titled aluminum workstation holds a MacBook at an 18-degree angle for an ergonomic typing angle and higher viewing angle. A gap in the back of ParcSlope acts as a cable management system. We received the stand recently, and have included our own photos here.

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$180 – $300
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iForte UNITI Stand

Having started out as a Kickstarter project last spring, iForte’s UNITI Stand ($180 – $300) is now available as a slick and modern way to keep your iMac or Thunderbolt display organized on your desktop alongside your iPhone, iPad, or other mobile device. The all-in-one stand is manufactured from aircraft-grade aluminum with a natural anodized finish that matches the Apple aesthetic, and it provides two viewing height options, along with a place to tuck away your keyboard and mouse. Two front USB 3.0 ports and a 3.5mm audio jack are located on the front to make connecting peripherals such as USB memory keys easy, and UNITI includes an integrated charging system for your mobile and tablet devices that’s designed to be case-friendly.

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$45
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Satechi F3 Smart Monitor Stand

While the iMac provides one of the most unobtrusive configurations you can find in a desktop computer, users with more than a few peripherals striving for a clutter-free workspace will definitely appreciate Satechi’s new F3 Smart Monitor Stand ($45). Designed to support the iMac while fitting in with the general aesthetic, the F3 goes beyond the average stand, providing a four-port USB 3.0 hub beneath the monitor for quickly and easily connecting USB thumb drives and other peripherals. Front headphone and microphone ports are also provided for easy access.

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$60
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Twelve South BookArc for Mac Pro

A BookArc for the Mac Pro ($60)? Why not? Twelve South certainly seems to have thought so, adapting its elegantly simple MacBook stand for Apple’s most powerhouse desktop Mac, providing not only a way to hold your Mac Pro, but a way to make it shine like the high-tech work of art that it is. Made from an interior of solid steel with polished chrome on the outside and soft silicone padding on the inset, this new BookArc holds your Mac Pro on its side – a perfectly acceptable position as far as Apple is concerned – where it can operate horizontally, reducing the Mac Pro’s profile and giving you more flexibility to place it where you want, with a resulting look that ends up reminiscent of a futuristic jet engine.

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$70
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Rain Design iLevel 2

Rain Design has released an updated version of its iLevel laptop stand, the iLevel 2 ($70). The iLevel 2 brings your MacBook to eye level for improved ergonomics and posture. This anodized aluminum stand is designed to complement the look of your MacBook.

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$797-$1147+
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Mobee i-Vesa iStand, iStand Duo + iStand Duo Pro

Mobee, best known for its wireless charging accessories, is expanding its product family with a whole new sub-brand called i-Vesa. The lineup is composed of three different mounting options—iStand, iStand Duo, and iStand Duo Pro ($797-$1147+)—tall metal holders for iMacs and Apple displays. While iStand holds a single unit, the Duo models hold two, with iStand Duo stacking them on top of each other, and iStand Duo Pro placing them side-by-side.

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$90-$120
June 2014
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Henge Docks Vertical Docking Station

Henge Docks is back at it again, this time giving 13” and 15” Retina MacBook Pros some love with its latest Vertical Docking Stations ($90-$120). Available this month, the docks come in your choice of glossy white plastic, or, our preference, Mac-matching brushed metal. Both sizes come with pre-installed passthrough cables, making them ready to go out of the box. Because it stands your Mac up on its edge, the Vertical Docking Station is a good choice for hooking up to an external display on a desk with limited room. Update: Our original preview from May has been updated with new hands-on impressions and photos!

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$125
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Made by Cardinal Lifta

If there’s a material other than aluminum that Apple accessory makers seem to love, it’s wood. Time and time again, we see products that use the natural material, which plays so well against the silver and black of today’s Macs. The newest addition to that club is Lifta ($125), from Made by Cardinal. Billed as a “minimalist desk organizer,” the wooden lift seems like a great complement to the iMac.

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