The accessory manufacturer Twelve south announced the release of its newest support for MacBooks, the Bend.
Quite elegant, this stand It promises to let your MacBook get eye level so that the viewing angle (90) can align your spine, giving you comfort and a better working posture. It comes in black aluminum matte, which blends well with Apple's new space gray color of laptops.
Its design was very well thought out, raising the screen by 16.5cm and keeping 70% of the underside of the MacBook exposed, allowing for better cooling. In addition, it weighs only 650 grams.
If you have the impression that you have seen this stand Elsewhere, it's not wrong. As the creator told in detail in a post, he is inspired by “iCurve”, the first stand for MacBooks developed by Twelve South co-founder Andrew Green in 2003. At the time, Green worked for Griffin Technology.
I knew that someday I would want to upgrade the classic design to the modern Mac universe. Thinking about bringing it back to market, I imagined Curve as a thin metal tape like a Mbius tape. Utilizing aluminum with a matte black finish, Curve is a new remix of the original classic that looks simply stunning, especially when supporting a new space gray MacBook.
In addition to giving Curve a "new face", Green was also inspired by buildings such as the Guggenheim Museum, the Colosseum and, of course, the Apple Park.
Available for the latest MacBooks and MacBooks Pro, Curve is priced at $ 50 and can be purchased directly from the Twelve South website (with delivery to Brazil) or from some Best Buy physical stores in the United States.