Sit up Straight with this Laptop Stand

Laptopstand The Gadget Blog found this ergonomic laptop stand for those of you who need to take a brake from the usual sitting position. If you use a laptop, you probably look down at your monitor which eventually hurts your neck, gives you headaches, and cramps your fingers. The stand holds up your computer so your screen is at eye-level, and you can hook up an additional keyboard that is ergonomic. Your laptop will have better air circulation which equals better performance. The stand is made of aluminum and comes in three finishes. Price: $49.99


  1. laptop stand 9 April, 2012 at 19:19

    Crane Stand is simply the highest quality Adjustable Laptop Stand on the market and the only DJ laptop stand d that is made in the USA. The robust Portable Notebook Stand was rated #1 in stability, and is the only Foldable Laptop Stand with a 3-leg design

  2. ergonomiclaptopstand 16 January, 2011 at 00:18

    The notebook computer is quickly replacing the desktop as most computer owner’s favorite machine. Not only is it portable for travel, it is also portable for use in the home. When used on a desk, it is not the massive monitor that even streamlined current desktops and monitors are. Wireless cards and growing wifi providers and hosts ensure that the internet is always accessible.

  3. laptop stand 15 January, 2011 at 16:53

    The most basic type of laptop stand is a simple wedge. These are designed to sit in your lap and the computer is set on top. The wedge can angle the computer either up or down, depending on which direction the wedge is facing. The idea is to put the keyboard in a more ergonomically friendly position in order to relive tension in the hands, arms and shoulders. These wedges are popular because they are simple in design, and can be easily stored away when not in use.

  4. maya 29 November, 2005 at 20:44

    It would be even better if it had a cooling system for the laptop, too. I’d buy it but I have a Targus Notebook ChillHub™ — they also sell their own versions of Mobile Notebook Stands (more expensive though)

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