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So I been browsing around for a Stand for my MacBook Pro. Any recommendtions?
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I love my Rain Design mStand.

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Looks nice, but can you adjust the height?

I saw this new model from CM which seems slimmer.

http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/mac...aster-jas-pro/
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That one is nice, however, I recommend a stand that will lift the bottom of your MacBook Pro off the desk or table several inches. Why? Not only to provide cooling but also to protect it against spills. Spill + MBP = $$$ for a new machine or repairs.
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I love my Rain Design mStand.
Me too. It rocks, but you can not adjust the height.

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Adjustment of the height is a great function for ergonomics manners.
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