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DIY MBP Desk Tilter / Riser / Angler


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I had been looking around for a decent, but simple desk tilter setup for my MBP, but seeing what some people are charging for what can only be described as a simple solution, I decided to make my own out of a Tennis ball.

Take one Tennis Ball, and Blade.



Cut tennis ball in two, and place the two halves under your MBP rear corners, job done.!



Ok, maybe its a cheapskate idea, but it will suffice for now.
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Yeah I just use post-it notes.
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