Twelve South today announced that you can now purchase BookArc inserts for Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro, new 13-inch MacBook Pro, and new MacBook Air. The BookArc is one of Twelve South's organizational accessories that stores the MacBook vertically in order to reduce desktop clutter.
Up until today, the BookArc didn't support Apple's latest family of MacBook Pro and MacBook Air notebooks, but now owners of these devices can purchase inserts for the BookArc. Other than the updated inserts, the overall design of the BookArc hasn't changed, and it's available in colors that match either Silver or Space Gray Mac notebooks.
The BookArc costs $59.99 on Twelve South's website. If you already own the accessory, you can purchase standalone inserts for the 16-inch MacBook Pro, new 13-inch MacBook Pro, or new MacBook Air separately on the company's online storefront. These products run for $14.99, and legacy options are also available, for MacBook models dating back to 2010.
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That being said I went with this one, adjustable so it works with cases.
I don't have space always on my desk. I have a 3440x1440 monitor and the laptop on the side. But sometimes, I find turning my head quite tiering.
So I do clamshell mode on the MBP and put the iPad in front of the monitor (in desk drawing mode - I have a support for it) and the Mac runs closed.
It actually runs a lot cooler since it uses only external GPU.
Anyway, I can fit it on the BookArc quite well with the existing rubber bands.
- People with OCD who can't stand having two different screens.
- People who prefer large screens and only use the laptop screen when they have to.