This new stand from Twelve South will boost your MacBook productivity

In 2015, Twelve South introduced a ParcSlope wedge stand that was later discontinued. Today, we're excited to see the new and improved version of ParcSlope, which keeps your MacBook or iPad tilted at the perfect angle for viewing the screen. Continue reading to explore more of this gadget's specifications.

This new stand from Twelve South will boost your MacBook productivity
Twelve South ParcSlope for MacBook and iPad

There are a plethora of gadgets designed for MacBook productivity—such as the KRADL Vertical MacBook Stand that keeps your device upright when not in use, or Attollo—a height-adjustable desk.

But MacBook users are craving something a little more. A product that improves ergonomics and screen visibility whilst keeping your device in tip-top condition. Introducing the Twelve South ParcSlope—a stand specifically designed for MacBook and iPad—that achieves all of these benefits and more.

Raises your MacBook to a comfortable viewing screen

Those nasty neck pains and upper back ache could be caused by incorrect posture while you work. Specifically, directing your eyes down to look at a screen could put unnecessary pressure at the top of your neck. Stow your MacBook on top of the ParcSlope to experience a comfortable viewing height. With a height of 2.75 inches, Twelve South ParcSlope keeps your eyes at the optimum viewing height: around 2–3 inches below the top of the monitor.

Furthermore, this workspace gadget keeps your keyboard angled at 18 degrees and low to your desk, providing a comfortable typing experience. This balance between keyboard and eye height devoids any wrist injuries from the stand positioned too high. Therefore, you can tackle e-mails and lengthy documents without any finger or wrist cramps.

Twelve South ParcSlope

Twelve South ParcSlope side angle

Increases airflow while you work

It’s important that your MacBook has an efficient airflow to prevent overheating and crashing. Twelve South ParcSlope offers increased airflow for a cooler, quieter device while you work. Other stands can interfere with your MacBook’s vents, but Parclope allows ample space for hot air to push out of the vents near the monitor.

Twelve South ParcSlope

Twelve South ParcSlope on a desk

Includes cable management and provides a stable hold

Twelve South went a step further by incorporating a cable management design into this stand. Boasting an oval cutout at the back of the stand, this gadget holds your cables in place when you take your MacBook or iPad someplace else.

Most importantly, you won’t ever have to worry about your laptop’s stability. Featuring little ridges along the top, it’ll keep your device firmly in position without scratching its surface.

Twelve South ParcSlope

Twelve South ParcSlope on a white background

Provides an easel for your iPad

If you also own an iPad, Parcslope keeps your wrist at 18 degrees. This is great for taking notes, scrolling, or sketching on your iPad. Boasting a matte black stand, it’s sturdy and stable during use. And it can hold your iPad in a landscape or portate mode. Best of all, ParcSlop even allows you to turn your iPad into a petite desktop by pairing it with an external keyboard.

Twelve South ParcSlope

Twelve South ParcSlope with an iPad

ParcSlope is available to buy right now for $59.99. Will you be elevating your MacBook or iPad experience? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Amy Poole is an Editor and Writer at Gadget Flow. When she's not indulged in everything gadget-related, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Rosie, and keeping fit.
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