If you use a laptop as your primary computing device, but connect it to a monitor when you’re home, there are many ways you can go about doing it, and recently accessory maker Twelve South has debuted a new stand called the Curve which appears to be an evolution of the iCurve, the first ever stand by the company that was launched way back in 2003.


Clearly things have changed since then, and according to the Curve’s designer and Twelve South’s co-founder Andrew Green, “I knew someday I wanted to refresh the classic design for the modern Mac universe. In thinking about bringing it back to market, I visualized Curve as a thin metal ribbon – kind of like a Möbius strip. Utilizing aluminum with a matte black finish, Curve is a fresh remix of the original classic that looks simply stunning, especially when supporting the new Space Grey MacBooks.”

Green also touts how the design of the Curve looks like it could also double as a desktop sculpture even when not in use. “The best part is that when I take my MacBook off the stand, Curve still looks cool. It’s a desktop sculpture rather than a fractured setup with an empty hole.” We have to admit that the Curve looks really sleek and seems to be in line with the design language over at Apple.

However we also have to admit that the Curve is kind of pricey at $50, but if you think that it is worth the price in terms of design and functionality, then head on over to Twelve South’s website for the details.

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