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AluRack Lets You Stash Stuff Behind Your iMac or Cinema Display

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There are quite a few people using laptops as their main machines these days. Though I still use a desktop PC for a lot of my computing tasks, I have set up a MacBook Pro 17 as an ancillary workstation with an external screen. Monitors tend to be quite large, and finding the optimal placement for your laptop can be problematic. I like this solution because it actually hides your laptop behind your monitor.

alurack stand mac imac cinema display back

The AluRack is a spartan solution that attaches to the Apple displays. It can also prop up an external hard drive. The shelf is securely fastened to the circular cutout of Apple’s metal stand, and it works with iMacs and, Thunderbolt and Cinema Displays. It was created by Danish designer Jakob Wagner, and he used two pieces to set this up.

alurack stand mac imac cinema display back

The all-aluminum craftsmanship perfectly meshes with Apple’s industrial design, and it looks pretty cool, while helping to reduce desktop clutter. The AluRack sells for $60(USD) over at Just Mobile.

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[via Cool Hunting]

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