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We're a year into the life of the Apple Watch, and still it's rare to find a case or a stand that includes a charging cable. You almost always have to use the one Apple provided, and thread it through some plastic or metal. It's still the case most of the time, and it is the case with Twelve South's TimePorter Travel Stand and Case for Apple Watch.
If you don't have an Apple Watch, you may feel that Christmas has already come for people who do -- and you've got a point there. If you do have an Apple Watch, though, you tend to adore it, and there can't be anything better for inserting yourself into a loved one's life and/or attention span than by giving them something to make the Watch even better. It can be done. It can. It's just not easy.
Twelve South has announced a redesigned version of its very first product, the BookArc for MacBook. Tailored specifically for the newest generation of MacBooks, the BookArc holds the MacBook vertically, freeing up workspace. BookArc for MacBook is compatible with the entire MacBook line, including the new 12-inch MacBook, MacBook pro 13- and 15-inch, and MacBook Air 11- and 13-inch models. Like the original in 2009, BookArc is still $50.
Twelve South is a small company of 12 employees that has been making cool accessories for Apple products since 2009. One of their latest products is the HiRise for Apple Watch, a bedside stand that helps to keep your Apple Watch charging routine streamlined and simple. It also makes for a great showcase for your Apple Watch as well.
Twelve South has announced the release of the BookArc Pro, a chrome-plated desktop stand designed for Mac Pro. Designed in the shape of an arc, the stand allows the compact computer to fit in spaces with half the height available, making it suitable for fitting into gear racks and studio shelves. The BookArc is composed is heavy gauge steel, which has been machined into a curve shape and coated with a chrome finish. Priced at $60, the BookArc Pro is available online through Twelve South.
MacNN has been living with several Twelve South Mac accessories over the past week including the HoverBar, BookArc, HiRise and the BackPack 2. Each of these in their own right are interesting and useful accessories, but combined, they help to turn your Mac set up into the ultimate 'battle station.'
Twelve South picked Tuesday to unveil a unique add-on to help Apple fans that travel with more than one device. PlugBug takes advantage of the changeable connector on a MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro AC adapter to add a 10W USB charger. The add-on can charge anything up to the power levels of an iPad and is seen as a way to charge the tablet, an iPhone, an iPod, or other USB hardware without having to remember all the cables or charge through the MacBook.
Twelve South has launched MagicWand, an accessory that combines the Apple Wireless Keyboard with the Magic Trackpad into one unit. The tube-shaped device snaps to the underside of the keyboard and trackpad, securing both to the same base. The trackpad can be positioned on the right or left of the keyboard, allowing the unit to accommodate both right- or left-handed users. Once all pieces are secured in place, the combination can be used on a desktop or a user's lap.
Twelve South has launched a faux book case for iPads, BookBook. When closed, the case is designed to disguise the iPad to look like a vintage book, with hardback covers and a rigid spine on the left side of the case. The case is hand stitched and distressed for an aged look, while a hard frame helps to protect the iPad. A string sewn into the inner cover can be attached to a button on the opposite side and used as a stand.