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MacBook Pro - Question regarding screen recline on Macbook Pro


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How far can you adjust your screen angle...

In other words, is your screen not able to be adjusted to a certain point... Some computers allow you to adjust the screen all the way until the notebook is completely flat. There seems to be some restrictions w/ the MacBook Pro

Any feedback would be appreciated, Thanks
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How far can you adjust your screen angle...

In other words, is your screen not able to be adjusted to a certain point... Some computers allow you to adjust the screen all the way until the notebook is completely flat. There seems to be some restrictions w/ the MacBook Pro

Any feedback would be appreciated, Thanks
The case design/hinge is a limiting factor. It reclines to about a 45 degree angle (maybe a little bit higher).

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The MacBook Pro hinge is designed different from most other laptops, the screen is mounted on the back of the case instead of on top, so you can only go down until the bottom bezel hits the bottom of the case.

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