The portable MacBook stand from Twelve South folds flat.
Setting new standards for laptop stands
Twelve South has unveiled the Curve Flex, a portable laptop stand that lifts devices from two to 22 inches and was created with MacBooks in mind. The Curve Flex costs $79.99 / £79.99 / €89.99 and is available in matte finishes in black or white.
The Apple accessory company has produced several MacBook risers for desktop computers before. The Curve Flex takes the adjustable capability from its HiRise adjustable stand and couples it with a comparable style to the original Curve laptop stand to combine the greatest elements of some earlier Twelve South products. The stand on this most recent model, in contrast to either of the earlier models, can be folded and thrown into a bag with your device to be taken on the go. It has a travel sleeve for further security.
For better video chats, the Curve Flex can raise your laptop’s screen from two to 22 inches. Additionally, you may tilt your keyboard up to 45 degrees to aid with issues like reducing wrist pain from typing or just to improve your ability to see the keys.
Although Twelve South makes its products with Apple hardware in mind, other laptop brands are welcome to use the product as long as they have laptops that are the right size to fit on the stand. The Curve Flex appears to be a well-made product with a contemporary appearance, and its totally folding capability may be a good fit for hybrid workers as some of us get used to juggling work from home and the office.