Twelve South HiRise Stand for iMac
Twelve South HiRise Stand for iMac
The Twelve South HiRise for iMac is a clever new adjustable stand that raises your iMac or Apple Display to your optimal viewing height. A stunningly simple design and an easy-to-adjust internal metal support shelf make this a must-have accessory for anyone who works long hours in front of an iMac or Apple Display.
Choose from six viewing heights by simply adjusting the position of the metal shelf within HiRise. Perforated, magnetic plates on the front and rear of HiRise allow easy access—and ventilation—for items you store inside HiRise, like backup drives, a Mac mini, or personal items like your wallet and keys. The faceplates are held in place with magnets, or can be attached using the included screws.
HiRise works with all iMac and Apple Displays that have an L-shaped stand. Now you have an elegant way to perfectly align your Apple Display with your iMac screen.
Raise your iMac or Apple Display to your eye level
Adjusts iMac to one of six different heights
Creates secret storage for wallet, keys, or a hard drive
Gives iMac or Apple Display a show-stopping new look
Over-engineered to securely support the heaviest iMac
Perfectly aligns iMac with Thunderbolt Display
Perforated front and rear faceplates are held in place with magnets or included screws
Did you notice?
Minimize desktop clutter with a hidden storage compartment for your wallet, keys, iPhone, or a backup hard drive.
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Raise your iMac to the perfect height for comfortable viewing and working.
What’s in the Box?
Twelve South HiRise stand for iMac
Height: 3.34 in./8.5 cm
Length: 8.6 in./21.8 cm
Width: 8.46 in./21.5 cm
Weight: 3.7 lb./1.7 kg
Mfr. Part Number: 12-1223
UPC or EAN No.: 811370020457
Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Warranty: One-year limited
Answers from the community
Can the stand be bolted down? Are there holes in the bottom or can holes be drilled for securing the stand to a base prior to sliding the iMac in?
- Asked by David L from Ft Lauderdale
- on Feb 26, 2016
Will the G Drive from G-Technology fit inside the stand?
- Asked by Ka Ho Terry L from Sai Wan Ho
- on Feb 8, 2016
Is this stand suitable for ipad4?
- Asked by laszlo s from condobolin
- on Jun 9, 2014
No. This is only for the iMac and Apple Thunderbolt/LED/Cinema Displays. This, in no way, supports t No. This is only for the iMac and Apple Thunderbolt/LED/Cinema Displays. This, in no way, supports the iPad. Look for a designated iPad stand.
- Written by Sam D from Grayslake
- on Feb 21, 2015
Is this stand suitable for a heavy 27" mid-2011 iMac?
- Asked by Carl J from Atlanta
- on Jan 15, 2015
yes it handles it nicely
- Written by Robert T from Tamarac
- on Apr 27, 2015
Can I use it to house my Mac Mini and a monitor on top?
- Asked by Kurtis J from Westbrook
- on Mar 10, 2014
Yes, if the stated dimensions on the Mac Mini page are accurate it will fit inside a HiRise. The in Yes, if the stated dimensions on the Mac Mini page are accurate it will fit inside a HiRise. The inside dimensions are 8"x8"x3"
- Written by Joseph C from San Francisco
- on Jun 17, 2014
Is it possible to place the iMac on the top of this stand rather than on the interior shelves? I want to mqximize the height of my iMac.
- Asked by Jason W from San Rafael
- on Jun 27, 2013
Technically I do not see any problems with doing this as the HiRise should still support the weight. Technically I do not see any problems with doing this as the HiRise should still support the weight. However it will not be as stable and could be prone to slipping. Furthermore you will need to contact Twelve South directly to check that if you do place the iMac on top of the HiRise and the HiRise fails then will it be covered by the warranty / guarantee?
- Written by Samuel B from Peterborough
- on Apr 29, 2015