The Twelve South HiRise Pro Stand for iMac Review: £150

The Twelve South HiRise Pro Stand for iMac Review: £150

On top of looking great as their products always do, Twelve South’s sleek HiRise Pro stand serves two purposes:

  1. It ergonomically elevates your iMac, iMac Pro, or external display to eye level, with four height options to choose from.
  2. It doubles as a “gear garage” to store your desk paraphernalia in, keeping your workspace organised and clutter-free.

The first purpose ties into the second, actually. Whichever of those four levels you choose for your iMac or display naturally creates a divider shelf inside the storage bay for a bit more organisation.

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On the front of that bay is a vented, double-sided faceplate/grille that’s gunmetal steel on one side — to match the rest of the HiRise Pro — and walnut wood on the other. It attaches magnetically on both sides so you can quickly swap out looks at will. The back of the bay has a cable management slot where you can feed whatever number of cables you like, especially for backup drives stored inside the bay.

The top of the stand sports a soft leather “landing pad” that acts like a valet tray for your iPhone, Apple Watch, keys, glasses, etc.

This is just a slick-as-all-get-out accessory you’ll love having on your desk. You can get it for £150 on Amazon.

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