The Notebook MStand For Mac Heads

Posted: Apr 9 2007, 3:49pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:27am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

The Notebook mStand for Mac Heads
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Notebook users that have actually replaced their desktop with a notebook computer know that one of the biggest problems with lots of notebook computer use is the fact that the notebook screen tends to be much lower than normal LCD screens used with desktop computers. The best way to make extended use of a laptop more comfortable, short of hooking up an external display is to use a notebook stands.

Anyone who has ever looked at an Apple product knows that they tend to be much cleaner and attractive looking than their PC counterparts. To that end if you spend more cash on your MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks you might not want to use a plain old notebook stand that look more like it was meant to go with a windows based notebook.mStand is coming to your rescue with a notebook stand that could have been designed by Apple itself, if you only go by the looks. The design and slant of the metal the mStand is designed from very closely resemble the design of the stand on the Apple line of LCD displays. The mStand allows you to place your MacBook on it and raise the display to about the same working levels as a normal external display. The materials of the mStand and the sand-blasted finish match MacBook's very well.

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