This Laptop Stand Adjusts To The Perfect Height And Tilts To The Perfect Angle
This morning, I did an impromptu inspection of my coworkers’ work setups. It struck me that a majority of them had some way of elevating their laptops on their desks – typically by placing them on stacks of magazines or hardcover books. The typical desk height simply does not seem high enough for most of today’s workers. Why this is – I do not know. But I do know how to solve it. And now that I have an elevation technique of my own, I know that it is absolutely true.
The way to solve it is with a laptop stand. Yesterday, I got this JASTEK laptop stand, and it fixes the problem completely. It raises the laptop to the appropriate height (and that height is adjustable, so you can put it at whatever height you need – from 3.15″ to 11.8″; no matter what, it is guaranteed to be better for your posture than the original height of the desk). And perhaps more importantly, you can tilt your screen closer to you to alleviate strain on your eyes. Can’t do that with magazines or books.
This laptop stand is designed to fit Macs (any size from 11″ to 17″), and its aluminum build makes it VERY sturdy. Never fear it will give out on you or revert to a lower position. And sneakily the best part is the hollow design. That provides the perfect outlet for the airflow from your computer. When you put a computer on magazines, aren’t you at least a little worried about overheating?
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I’m going to encourage all of my coworkers who prop up their laptops with books or magazines to invest in one of these. They make all the difference. (Also, as a bonus, you get an aluminum stand for your phone as well!).
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