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Need a good stand for new Macbook Pro 17"


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Getting my MBP this weekend.

I need a good stand, i'm replacing my desktop system with it so I'll be using a seperate keyboard and mouse.

My main display is going to be a 24" Dell 2407FPW.

I want to use the laptop as a secondary display.

Anyone recommend me anything?

The iCurve looks pretty nice but kind of expensive for just a piece of plastic
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i still recommend the icurve. how can you complain about price when you just paid all that money for a MBP?
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ill second the icurve, i dont have one but ive heard nothing but good things about them.
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I have an iCurve for my powerbook 17" the best laptop stand i have ever owned - even for the price!

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Another vote for the icurve... Sure: It's expensive for just a bit of shaped plastic, but seeing as how I use it every single day, I feel it's worth it.
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See if you can get a second hand icurve from ebay or somewhere, as you said it's just a piece of plastic so not much can go wrong with it. Well worth the investment in my experience
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i would recommend coolermaster notepal, i own one and itz matches my mbp perfectly
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