5 Best MacBook Stands

To keep your MacBook cool and prevent it from overheating, a stand is a great accessory to have. Here are the five best MacBook stands you can buy.

One of the best ways to keep your MacBook cool and prevent it from overheating is elevating it by putting it on a stand, that way air can circulate underneath so that the hot air escaping can do so without problems. Most of the heat that dissipates from your MacBook does so on the bottom, so you want to make sure you let it escape with ease so that it doesn’t overheat your MacBook. An overheating MacBook can damage internal components instantly, or even slowly over time when you don’t even realize it.

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MacBook stands are also useful in that they elevate the screen of your MacBook to eye-height while sitting at a desk, that way your neck isn’t bent downward looking at the screen, but instead looking straight forward like it should be. With that said, getting a MacBook stand could even be seen as a health benefit.

Stands come in all different shapes and sizes, so choosing one is a tough task, and there are a ton of MacBook stands to choose from, but only a handful are truly worth spending your hard-earned money on.

If you’re looking for a MacBook stand to use at your desk, here are five of the best MacBook stands that you can get right now, all of which are fairly inexpensive.

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Griffin Elevator

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Griffin Elevator

The Griffin Elevator is perhaps one of the most popular MacBook stands on the market right now, so it's at the top of our list as one of the best stands available.

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At only $35 on Amazon, the Elevator is a no-brainer. It comes in three pieces consisting of the two extensions that hold your MacBook, and then a plastic crossbar that the two extensions fit into, making assembly incredibly easy.

The only downside is that it's not height-adjustable, and it's construction isn't as solid as we'd like, but it's one of the cheaper stands available and its brushed aluminum design fits right in with the MacBook lineup.

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