LapTuk Pro Stand with USB3.0 Hub for MacBook Pro
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- Two compartments for laptop and wireless keyboard.
- Four-port USB3.0 hub with Power adapter and USB 3.0 Cable.
- USB 3.0 supports transfer rates up to 5 GBps and is backward compatible with USB 2.0
- Perfect for any size of Apple Display, and LCD up to 35 pounds.
- Great accessory for PowerBook, MacBook 13" and MacBook Pro 13" and 15"", 15" and 17".
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Best feature; it cleans up your desktop as everything fits away nicely into the Laptuk and you put your Apple in sleep mode and leave.
The regular pc is linked in via a mini-display port to dual dvi adapter from apple. That pc sits off to the side and the KVM switch that sits under the display on the top of Laptuk allows you to switch between pc's as needed. when done with the pc, I put it in sleep mode as well.
The regular pc keyboard sits next to my desk and mouse sits in a drawer when i want to switch back over to the Mac Book Pro.
The Laptuk makes this whole thing work smootly and cleanly...and is worth every penny.
only negative is the USB ports are a bit loose fitting but my iPhone USB slides right in and connects to my Mac and iTunes...so the USB ports you sorely need with a Mac are provided through the Laptuk.
Also, the Laptuk is open on the right side as well so inserting cd/dvd's is a breeze.LapTuk Pro, with USB2.0
This stand is quite solid - it’s heavier than you would expect, which I personally like, because it can hold a lot of weight as a result (35 lbs according to Macessity). The aluminum gives it a sleek look that matches Apple’s products decently well. It’s not a perfect color match to Apple’s aluminum color, but it’s close enough that you won’t really notice the difference (see the picture comparing it to my MacBook Pro’s color). On the front are the two shelves for storing equipment. The sides feature openings to allow for connecting cables, etc, when a laptop is docked there. The left side also features the 4 port USB 3.0 hub on the lower shelf. The back of the stand has a notch that’s about an inch inside of the extent of the rest of the stand. This notch functions to keep cables coming down from the monitor in an organized fashion. The bottom of the stand has four plastic “feet” which wrap around the edges of the stand and protect the desk surface from metal contact. I do think that Macessity put a lot of thought into designing the Laptuk Pro, and it functions quite well for the goals in mind.
The 4 port USB 3.0 hub plugs in via an included USB 3.0 Type A to USB 3.0 Micro B cable.Read more ›
1. I am using this "shelf" with my 13" MacBook and a Thunderbolt display. The color of the metal does not match the Macbook or the Display. It resembles it, but in no way does it match.
2. Using this LapTuk Pro on a regular basis means my laptop is going to slide in and out of this thing a minimum of twice a day. The metal shelf really needs a piece of felt to protect the MacBook and the shelf itself. I had to go out to a craft shop to apply my own felt on both the bottom and top of the shelf. This is the only way I can assure that I won't scratch the machine.
All in all, I am happy with my purchase. I just wish manufacturers would actually test out their products extensively so that they could look after the small details.
1. Because the laptop slides in from the front you cannot do this with any cables attached. This means that if your Mac locks up you must unplug everything before sliding the unit out to reboot. This can easily corrected by making the product 1/2" deeper and cutting away the support on the sides allowing the Mac to slide out either from the front or either side. The unit is strong enough to drive a car on, so I don't think this would compromise it's integrity. (This also fixes the next problem, see below.)
2. The 17" MacBook has an ExpressCard/34 slot on the side of the case where all the other connection ports are. Among other things this card slot can be used (with a third party card) to add USB 3.0 functionality the the Mac - a VERY useful thing indeed. However the metal housing on the side of the Laptuk prevents the use of this port. The advertising on the company's web site for this product says, in the features list, that the Laptuk stand provides "open access to all ports and drive slot". This is NOT accurate. I'll probably have a metal-working friend mill out the offending metal to make this port accessible.
3. Like some other reviewers, I found the built-in USB 2.0 hub unreliable and prone to causing lockups. I use a using a quality third party hub instead.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
AWESOME product. Really well built and has a USB 3.0 hub (4 ports). If you have a MacBook Pro and external display... You can't get better. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sean
Perfect design. I love the two shelf design for my laptop and keyboard. Looks great, well made, the USB dock comes in handy too.Published 1 month ago by Alex
This stand is perfect for me. It helps keep my desktop clean. I keep my laptop closed on the shelf and monitor on top. I wish it had one more bay for my Wacom tablet. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Allan Hack
I bought this stand when I noticed it on an owner's desk at an Art gallery. I shout it was smooth, sleek and matches the look of my iMac. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gail
This stand has really helped to clean up the rat's nest of wires that used to accompany using my 11" MacBook Air with my 27" monitor. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ron Glasmann
Perfect for anyone who needs storage space for a laptop, keyboard and possibly a mouse (our Apple keyboard and mouse sit side by side on the very bottom). Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lazerjunky