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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

MacBook Pro - Best stand/ cooling stand for Macbook Pro


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Hi,

I have a Macbook Pro 15" and wanted to know which was the best stand/cooling pads that folks here have experienced.
Parameters are as follows:
1) I'll be using it maximum sitting on a bed with the Macbook on my lap
2) Budget is max $30...with a tolerance of $5 in case the offer is irresistable
3) Primarily used for photography processing (though I dont think this helps much )

I searched the forums for such threads and the couple I have found are more for ppl who have desks and work(for a profession) on their Macbooks.

I have looked at the below as an option -
Amazon.com: Belkin F8N044-BRN CushTop Notebook Stand (Chocolate/Blue): Electronics

Any suggestions welcome
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No replies...? Guess I'll go with the Belkin one then..
Thanks for looking!
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I have the Belkin.
It works fine.
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Im all about homemade ones!
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