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There's all kinds of stands for laptops you could use. to prop it up on your desk. Then you would just need a monitor that has an adjustable stand (most aren't up-down adjustable). As far as the screen itself, you need something of fairly good quality to match to Mac's screen.

You couldn't run full screen Windows on one screen and OS X on the other, but you can use Unity mode (Fusion) or Coherence (Parallels) to essentially run your Windows apps on top of OS X and then just move you application windows to wherever you like on the screens.

I use Apple's wireless keyboard and mouse and love them. The best part is they're bluetooth so there's no need for a USB wireless adapter. If you won't really miss a number pad, you could get the new wireless keyboard that's small and thin enough to toss in your bag with the Mighty Mouse and take between work and home with you. That way you can get a monitor for home too and basically have a desktop-like setup at both places with the same laptop.

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