Anyone using this stand from Power Support for their notebook?

joshwest

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http://www.powersupportusa.com/products/macbook_dockingstand.php

Obviously, I'd prefer this one...
http://www.balmuda.net/products/c/floater/index.html

But there's no way I'm paying for it. The other looks like a reasonable alternative for considerably less cost. Looks like it might be a good way to free up a little extra space...
man thats just a rip, cool design but why not just get a elevator or a icurve and be able to do screen spanning and use both the laptop screen and the external screen. it also is good for heat flow.. when using a external monitor on a laptop it is good idea to keep the laptop open
 

munckee

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man thats just a rip, cool design but why not just get a elevator or a icurve and be able to do screen spanning and use both the laptop screen and the external screen. it also is good for heat flow.. when using a external monitor on a laptop it is good idea to keep the laptop open
I already have an icurve. I don't use my macbook open when connected to an external (and it's never caused a problem to use it closed, nor did it ever cause my powerbook a problem). The point is that I want to free up some desk space. The iCurve takes up a fair amount of space on the desk.
 

KristieMac

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Haven't used anything like this and I guess I am just cheap because both seem overpriced to me. It's a small piece of metal. Maybe Ikea will design one and sell it for $10. Now THAT would be a deal.