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I'm new to this forum and Macs in general. So far (since March 2012) I am fairly happy with my Mac experience. I have to run Windows also, and find the double OS less confusing than I thought it would be.

I found a great stand for my MBP and thought I would share it. I've been using the Henge Dock for almost the whole time I have had the MBP and I have had little trouble with it. I take my book home every night, and I haven't had any difficulty re-docking.
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