This Apple Watch Stand turns your wearable into a Mini Macintosh
This Apple Watch Stand turns your wearable into a Mini Macintosh

Elago has attracted the tech lovers again. The tech design brand takes the time back to 1984 for their latest Apple Watch Stand by giving it a look of Mini Macintosh.

Whether you own a 38mm or 42mm Apple Watch version, the new Apple Watch Stand supports both the first and the second generation of the Apple Watch, and is also compatible with the Watch’s Nightstand mode, allowing you to use it as a bedside alarm clock when turned on its side.

Making use of the new Apple Watch Stand is not much complicated. The tiny plastic charging puck for the smartwatch slips into a recessed circular hole and the cable can be tucked under.

You can then slide your smartwatch in for taking rest. The straps of your smartwatch can also be tied around the back of the Elago W3. You can even remove the band of your smartwatch if you want to experience the look of 1984 Apple desktop.

Mini Macintosh

The Elago W3 is made of scratch-free silicon. Best of all, it is the dream home for your grand watch as it provides safety and comfort to your watch while powering it up.

So if you are in search of a functional yet stylish stand for your new Apple Watch then the Elago W3 could be your best bet. For your Apple Watch’s new home, you can place an order through the Elago’s website or through Amazon.

Costing $15, this Apple Watch stand comes equipped with a floppy drive cutout and turns your smartwatch into a Mini Macintosh.

This is not the first time when Elago makes an accessory for the Apple Watch, but the W3 is certainly the only smartwatch stand one would ever need. While the festive season is over, this Mini Macintosh could still allure you to grab it as a gift for your Apple Watch.

Also Read: Everything you need to know about Apple Watch

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