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- Adjustable Vented Laptop Table Laptop Computer Desk Portable Bed Tray

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

 

- Adjustable Vented Laptop Table Laptop Computer Desk Portable Bed Tray Book Stand Multifuctional & Ergonomics Design Dual Layer Tabletop up to 17"

 

- Adjustable Vented Laptop Table Laptop Computer Desk Portable Bed Tray Book Stand Multifuctional & Ergonomics Design Dual Layer Tabletop up to 17

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002LNVMIS

By : Comfylap
Price : $42.50
- Adjustable Vented Laptop Table Laptop Computer Desk Portable Bed Tray Book Stand Multifuctional & Ergonomics Design Dual Layer Tabletop up to 17

Product Description


Need a multifunctional laptop workstation? Or a TV tray for food / snack? Even a bed tray desk to enjoy your breakfast? We have them all cover. This adjustable VENTED aluminum laptop notebook table features air vented cavities design which reduce overheating on your laptop / notebook. The extraordinary locking button that can be set in full 360 degree angles to fit any body position, even laidback on your bed. Just hold the button on the joints, change the position, and release the button to lock it in place. Grooved table surface to prevent slippage, and collapsible frame for easy storage and carrying. Wrist guard added extra comfort. It weights 5 pounds and can support up to 30 pounds capacity.

Technical Details

  • Surface: W 17 3/4"(45cm) x D 10 1/2"(27cm)
  • Legs: L 10 1/2"(27cm)
  • Made by aluminum alloy - ultra light and strong
  • Highly functional with multiple uses
  • Easy storage and portability

Customer Reviews


Very versatile and light. The product could be sturdier, but then it would not be as light (portability) or easy to change the setup (versatility). There are several models of this product but I chose A4 because it is 1" wider and it has a rubber pad along the horizontal bottom that touches your laptop. There is another model that has a cooling mechanism (and no rubber pad), but the dual layer setup of this model can take care of the cooling. I was surprised to see the hollow core (that's what "dual layer" means) - for aesthetic reasons a closed edge would look nicer, but this allows heat to escape. Changing the angles is not as quick as I thought since you have to press the button in while simultaneously changing the angle. But this is probably preferable to buttons that pop out, since part of what makes this great is you can actually pack it up and take it places since it's so streamlined. Despite these observations, it's hard to see how they could come up with a better design, all things considered. I hope they have other model wider than 10.5" to fit most laptops from top to bottom (the side-to-side width of 19" is great). The actual flat surface from top to bottom is only 9.75" because the remaining 0.75" is the rubber edge. My laptop is still stable enough on it. One reviewer said the 19" is wide enough to write notes on the side, but I find that doing so takes away some stability. Again, that's the tradeoff of less stability and more lightness. Probably I would prefer a little more stability but still think it's a great product.

I've been using a laptop for 10 years, and over the years, I've used many different lap desks. Until now, my favorite was the iRain model, but after extended periods of use, the metal stand on that one digs into my thighs. This desk does everything I want a lap desk to do: It raises my computer to the proper angle, it provides for airflow underneath so that the computer doesn't overheat, and most importantly, it keeps the laptop from resting on my legs so that I don't overheat.
I love the versatility this model offers; with the three "elbow" joints each having multiple adjustments, no matter where I work--in bed, in my easy chair, on the floor, you name it--the desk can be positioned at just the right height. It's sturdy and solid, and can also double as a writing desk and/or bed tray for dining, which will be important when I have surgery at the end of the week. The gunmetal color is attractive, too. I'm guessing I'll get years of use of from mine, unless my college-aged daughter comes home and steals it.
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