Svalt Launches New Lineup of Cooling Stands and Docks for Macs

Svalt, known for its line of docks designed for Apple's Macs, today launched a whole new collection of 2020 docks and stands designed for Apple's latest notebook and desktop Macs.

The Cooling Stand S, designed for the 16-inch MacBook Pro and other Mac and PC laptops, features silent passive cooling, an ergonomic raised design, adjustable feet, and a design that hides accessories and cord clutter.


There's also a Cooling Stand S Pro, a variant of the Cooling Stand S that comes equipped with a fan for active cooling to complement the passive cooling features. The fan offers dual speeds depending on whether quiet operation or maximum cooling is preferred, and it is user upgradeable.


For the Mac mini, Svalt has a Cooling Stand Mini that offers both passive and active cooling with a built-in dual-speed fan and a design that hides away cords and accessories.


The Svalt Cooling Stand S sells for $179, the S Pro sells for $279, and the S Mini sells for $269, with purchases available now from the Svalt website. All of the stands are modular and can be converted to accommodate other devices with additional add-on accessories.


Svalt also has a new Cooling Dock Model D, which is designed to be used with a ‌MacBook Pro‌ in clamshell mode. It features a sculpted aluminum heat sink and a flexible leaning design for optimized silent passive cooling. The Svalt Dock D can be purchased from the Svalt website for $169, though adding a fan will raise the price.

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4 weeks ago
$279 for a stand with a fan?
The S mini @ $269 is close to 35% of a base mac mini.
Are they sober?
They gonna have to find their exotic sport car money somewhere else cause that's crazy.
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4 weeks ago
Trivia - Svalt means cool in Swedish.
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4 weeks ago
Fan driven. It'd work, but I just put a 1/2 inch thick block of aluminum under my hotter minis. Conducts heat away like crazy. Cheap through any metals supply store too. (Barring of course those great big tariffs we have nowadays).
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4 weeks ago
For me: ugly, awkward, and an expensive way to solve a (mostly) non-problem.
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4 weeks ago
Pricing on the Pros is much too high IMO.
eg. Mini Pro, Europe: $325 (£250!), including $55 ship costs. Don't bother.

And without some decent videos showing the NOISE, don't bother either.
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4 weeks ago


Agree that this is snake oil.


For me: ugly, awkward, and an expensive way to solve a (mostly) non-problem.

Believe it or not, fans work. Whether or not this would be worth it depends on how cool you want your computer to run, and probably how much fan noise you can tolerate (though I don’t know how loud it is). Most of all, it depends on how hard you push your computer.

There are some graphs on the website, here a couple for the model D



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4 weeks ago
Still use my original iCurve from time to time. Much prettier than these.
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4 weeks ago


Useful if you want to use an external kB and mouse

$43 on Amazon.



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3 weeks ago


Believe it or not, fans work.

There are some graphs on the website.

Are you saying that they have graphs on their website that show that their products work? Well, that's convinced me! ?
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4 weeks ago
Is that really necessary?
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