Most desktop stands lift your entire MacBook in the air, then require the use of a separate external keyboard and mouse. ParcSlope is a new kind of hybrid stand that elevates your MacBook screen higher while tilting your keyboard at desk level for more comfortable typing. This gives you the extra screen height you need, without giving up the use of your MacBook keyboard or trackpad. You can then use your more comfortable MacBook by itself, or add a second external display for dual-screen desktop use. This versatile, modern stand also has a built-in cable management system that keeps your desktop connections ready for action.
Along with elevating your MacBook Pro or Air screen to a more comfortable viewing height, ParcSlope angles your MacBook to a very comfortable 18-degree typing angle. Using ParcSlope, your fingers will fly across the keyboard as you finish an article in Pages, knock out emails or get started on that Keynote show. When you're ready to roll out to a meeting, disconnect the cords from MacBook and ParcSlope will hold them in place until you return.
If you like the comfort of a desktop, but need the mobility of a laptop, ParcSlope might be your savior. Place MacBook on the low-profile stand, and just like that, you're living large when you're not on the go. ParcSlope elevates your MacBook screen to a more neck-friendly height so you can power though a long day at work. When you're home, ParcSlope turns a MacBook into a tilted workstation in the kitchen or home office.
You'll notice ParcSlope has three small ridges on top. Those ridges are perfectly positioned to allow for screen clearance when you open your 11, 13 or 15-inch MacBook. Another made-for-Mac feature is a front cutaway that matches MacBook Air, allowing for one-handed opening of your Mac. A soft silicone lip keeps your Mac in place, while rubber feet protect your work surface. ParcSlope also provides 360-degrees of air circulation for a quieter, cooler MacBook. Built-in cable management keeps cords ready for quick connections.
Many creative pros use an external display set to the right or left side of their MacBook. ParcSlope invites you to consider another point of view. What if your MacBook was front-and-center, with an elevated second display floating above? This delivers the same amount of screen real estate in half the desktop width, with a tilted keyboard and cooler MacBook courtesy of ParcSlope underneath. Think different? Indeed.