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Twelvesouth HiRise for iMac & Cinema Display: Put Them at Eye-Level, Stylishly

by Range
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It’s been said that any computer monitor should be situated at about eye-level for optimal ergonomics. That being said, most monitors needs a bit of extra lift to make them work at that height. Twelvesouth’s HiRise for iMac elevates your computer just to the right height.

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HiRise for iMac will make it comfortable to view your monitor at the right height, so that you won’t slouch in your chair or try to use an old phone book underneath it to get it to the sweet spot. The internal metal support shelf can be adjusted so that you get your display at just the right height. This stand also has got some hidden storage, perfect for an external HD, Mac Mini, iPhone, or anything else you want to stash away.

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twelvesouth hirise mac acd stand storage apple imac

The sturdy aluminum HiRise works with all iMac and Apple Cinema Displays that have an L-shaped stand, including the new Thunderbolt Display or the 27-inch iMac. It sells for $79.99(USD) from Twelvesouth.

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