With equal parts toilet seat, suitcase and clam, the iBook had a funny sort of charm that did little to reflect the personality of the user (unless, of course, they happened to be running away with the circus). The iBook looked more like a Playskool product than a Cupertino one, especially when appearing on a shelf next to a Wall Street or Lombard PowerBook.

Michael Simon, maclife.com

iCurve- the invisible laptop stand

Back in 2002 Griffin released the iCurve, a nearly invisible laptop stand which was made of a single bar of crystal clear plastic. The elegant and curvy design matches the Clamshell in a perfect way. The iCurve lifts your iBook display to a comfortable viewing height when you work for hours on your desk- and to save your aching neck.
You have to use it with an external keyboard and mouse, because the stand is not rock-steady enough to type on it.
If you are a collector, the iCurve is an ideal way to show your beloved Clamshell.In 2006, the iCurve was detached by the Griffin Elevator which is not as beautiful but more solid.

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