Deals: Twelve South's New Home Office Sale Provides Discounts on MacBook, iMac, and iPad Accessories

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Twelve South today kicked off a new sale that's discounting a wide variety of its best desktop accessories, like the Curve for MacBook Pro and HiRise Pro for the iMac. For the MacBook, you'll find stands that provide a more ergonomic workstation, like the HiRise for MacBook at $59.99, which places the MacBook display at eye level and can be paired with a Bluetooth keyboard for a more comfortable workflow.

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Other accessories include those for the iMac, like the BackPack at $34.99, which provides a small ledge at the back of your iMac for placing an external hard drive or similar accessory. The HiRise Pro elevates the iMac display to a more comfortable height, similar to the HiRise for MacBook, and also provides a few storage compartments for decluttering your workspace. We've listed every item on sale at Twelve South below.

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CarlJ

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Darn. No discount on plug bug duo :(
"Home Office Sale". I think they're going with the theme of things you might/can use while staying at home, during the current troubling times. The Plug Bug series is somewhat focused on travel, especially with the variety of region-specific AC plugs it includes.
 
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Arcus

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of my hand will get me slapped.
I don't know if I am the only one to have this issue but every USB C adapter that I buy that has not been an Apple product sucks. The cable rocks back and forth in the socket on my MacBook and disconnects and is generally very painful to use. All of them now sit in my closet.
 

max2

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You can get the HiRise Duet for $59.99 on Amazon over $89.99 directly. $30 cheaper.

I am not going to get it though. To many complaints about cord coming apart or pulling apart.
 

NightFox

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With the new format MacRumors I'm going to get bored of these affiliate "news articles" appearing on the front page pretty quickly :(
 
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mv24

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I find it a bit strange affiliation of MacRumors with companies offering a questionable practicality ridiculously overpriced products. But thank you for allowing to gain totally new perspective on a meaning of term "consumerism society". MacBridge? For how much? Measuring hours for a minimum wage employment it is 3h of life for something that serve no purpose and replaces pushing keyboard and a trackpad together? This product is requiem for the humanity.
 

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I find it a bit strange affiliation of MacRumors with companies offering a questionable practicality ridiculously overpriced products. But thank you for allowing to gain totally new perspective on a meaning of term "consumerism society". MacBridge? For how much? Measuring hours for a minimum wage employment it is 3h of life for something that serve no purpose and replaces pushing keyboard and a trackpad together? This product is requiem for the humanity.
I mean, just because it’s not useful for you doesn’t mean it doesn’t serve a purpose for others.

This is fantastic for my Mom who uses her keyboard and trackpad in her lap, and this would keep them together securely, where as now she’s always fighting the trackpad falling off to one side or the other.

Also TwelveSouth’s BookArcs have been invaluable for years as the simplest vertical docking tool for MacBooks that I’ve found.
 
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mv24

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I mean, just because it’s not useful for you doesn’t mean it doesn’t serve a purpose for others.

This is fantastic for my Mom who uses her keyboard and trackpad in her lap, and this would keep them together securely, where as now she’s always fighting the trackpad falling off to one side or the other.

Also TwelveSouth’s BookArcs have been invaluable for years as the simplest vertical docking tool for MacBooks that I’ve found.
Well... a $1 wooden ruler with 50c of dual tape would serve there well, oh and will leave some cash for nice bucket for your mom. This would go long way.
 
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Jws

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Well... a $1 wooden ruler with 50c of dual tape would serve there well, oh and will leave some cash for nice bucket for your mom. This would go long way.
If you’re looking for the cheapest, ugliest solution to this problem, you are unlikely to be using a Mac.
 
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