xxxxxxnhd Laptop stand Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with heat-vent to elevate laptop; Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand for MacBook, Dell, More 10-17" Laptops for HP (Silver) free home delivery
xxxxxxnhd Laptop stand Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with heat-vent to elevate laptop; Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand for MacBook, Dell, More 10-17" Laptops for HP (Silver) free home delivery
xxxxxxnhd Laptop stand Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with heat-vent to elevate laptop; Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand for MacBook, Dell, More 10-17" Laptops for HP (Silver) free home delivery
xxxxxxnhd Laptop stand Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with heat-vent to elevate laptop; Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand for MacBook, Dell, More 10-17" Laptops for HP (Silver) free home delivery
xxxxxxnhd Laptop stand Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with heat-vent to elevate laptop; Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand for MacBook, Dell, More 10-17" Laptops for HP (Silver) free home delivery
xxxxxxnhd Laptop stand Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with heat-vent to elevate laptop; Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand for MacBook, Dell, More 10-17" Laptops for HP (Silver) free home delivery
xxxxxxnhd Laptop stand Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with heat-vent to elevate laptop; Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand for MacBook, Dell, More 10-17" Laptops for HP (Silver) free home delivery

xxxxxxnhd Laptop stand Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with heat-vent to elevate laptop; Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand for MacBook, Dell, More 10-17" Laptops for HP (Silver) free home delivery

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The xxxxxxnhd silicone xxxxxxnhd pads at the bottom xxxxxxnhd of the bracket ensure the xxxxxxnhd product stand stable even when xxxxxxnhd typing.FEATURED xxxxxxnhd & xxxxxxnhd SPECIAL: The specially xxxxxxnhd processed aluminum alloy material, looks neat xxxxxxnhd and delicate, easy xxxxxxnhd to clean, xxxxxxnhd rust-proof; scratch-proof, the heat conduction alloy and xxxxxxnhd ventilation hollow design, work together to xxxxxxnhd cool xxxxxxnhd down your computer xxxxxxnhd and prevent overheating. The uniquely designed storage groove in the xxxxxxnhd bottom panel makes a holding space for the accessories such as cell phone, xxxxxxnhd USB storage, IPAD pen, wireless mouse etc. or xxxxxxnhd the xxxxxxnhd stationery such as pen, eraser, stapler xxxxxxnhd etc.After xxxxxxnhd receiving the stand, xxxxxxnhd I applied the supplied wrench to the nut securing xxxxxxnhd the screws xxxxxxnhd on xxxxxxnhd the hinges in order to open up the stand easily. The nut was so tightened xxxxxxnhd fastened xxxxxxnhd to xxxxxxnhd the screws xxxxxxnhd that I couldn't move it in either direction. xxxxxxnhd Instead, the xxxxxxnhd cheap little xxxxxxnhd wrench started deforming. This forced xxxxxxnhd me to use brute xxxxxxnhd force to open up xxxxxxnhd the stand and get it into the position I wanted.Aside from the overly xxxxxxnhd tightened xxxxxxnhd nut issue, the stand seems to be pretty sturdy and well designed/made. xxxxxxnhd It's holding xxxxxxnhd up an approximately 4lb laptop pretty well and does not xxxxxxnhd look like xxxxxxnhd it will collapse under that weight.If, like me, xxxxxxnhd you're xxxxxxnhd not xxxxxxnhd expecting xxxxxxnhd to xxxxxxnhd move/reconfigure the stand xxxxxxnhd after xxxxxxnhd initial setup, this would xxxxxxnhd be a good laptop stand to purchase. However, xxxxxxnhd if xxxxxxnhd you plan to move/reconfigure the stand often xxxxxxnhd (especially for transport xxxxxxnhd with a xxxxxxnhd laptop), I would recommend looking elsewhere. xxxxxxnhd While the joints xxxxxxnhd are unlikely to give out after xxxxxxnhd just one or two xxxxxxnhd adjustments xxxxxxnhd to xxxxxxnhd the stand's xxxxxxnhd height, repeatedly adjusting xxxxxxnhd the stand without loosening xxxxxxnhd up the screws will likely xxxxxxnhd cause the joints to give out over time.Nice sturdy laptop stand. I have been xxxxxxnhd using for xxxxxxnhd several weeks now and it adjusts easily and xxxxxxnhd stays where xxxxxxnhd you put xxxxxxnhd it. I can match the height xxxxxxnhd of xxxxxxnhd the laptop screen with a 2nd xxxxxxnhd monitor for xxxxxxnhd easy xxxxxxnhd two screen work. Lightweight so carries easily xxxxxxnhd in xxxxxxnhd my computer bag as I xxxxxxnhd go from office to office.I already have an xxxxxxnhd ergonomic xxxxxxnhd desk xxxxxxnhd due to xxxxxxnhd a disability and needed a laptop xxxxxxnhd holder so I could use my desktop and laptop at the same time. I was amazed at xxxxxxnhd the xxxxxxnhd sturdiness! It has really held up well. My only xxxxxxnhd con is xxxxxxnhd it xxxxxxnhd can be very xxxxxxnhd hard to xxxxxxnhd adjust/collapse xxxxxxnhd if you have xxxxxxnhd a disability. I have to stand up xxxxxxnhd and use xxxxxxnhd a lot of xxxxxxnhd weight to get it to xxxxxxnhd collapse, which defeats the purpose of getting it for ability purposes. However, it obviously needs to be sturdy. Regardless, I enjoy the product and xxxxxxnhd would buy it again.tldr: It's xxxxxxnhd a great adjustable stand with a very small footprintI have a desk that's normal xxxxxxnhd in height (29 inches) and width xxxxxxnhd (48 inches) but it's very shallow (16 inches) so real estate xxxxxxnhd is xxxxxxnhd at a premium.For xxxxxxnhd the longest time I xxxxxxnhd just put my external monitor, keyboard, and xxxxxxnhd mouse on the desk and I xxxxxxnhd used it for programming.My main backup external xxxxxxnhd drive xxxxxxnhd lived under my laptop and stand.Then I started xxxxxxnhd video editing.At first it was xxxxxxnhd fine. I was on an adrenaline high (I shot my first short flick) xxxxxxnhd and I didn't notice anything painful in xxxxxxnhd the way I xxxxxxnhd used my xxxxxxnhd keyboard, mouse, or the second screen (macbook pro xxxxxxnhd 13).When xxxxxxnhd it came time to really edit my xxxxxxnhd shoulder, wrist, and neck started to hurt xxxxxxnhd and I realized xxxxxxnhd I hadn't used the second xxxxxxnhd screen in xxxxxxnhd months.If you've ever read xxxxxxnhd editing forums the RIS xxxxxxnhd posts xxxxxxnhd are real. In programming, most xxxxxxnhd of the time, you basically have your hands on the home row xxxxxxnhd of your keyboard. xxxxxxnhd Most of xxxxxxnhd your time xxxxxxnhd is xxxxxxnhd spent thinking (What xxxxxxnhd do I name this How do I figure out this ______ (fill in the xxxxxxnhd blank) problem).Not so with video editing. You eyes are xxxxxxnhd glued to the screen for hours, xxxxxxnhd your hands are on your keyboard and your mouse. You can't xxxxxxnhd sit xxxxxxnhd back and xxxxxxnhd think about what xxxxxxnhd you're about to do - you have to do it in real xxxxxxnhd time, see if xxxxxxnhd it works, and then try again.So, I freaked out on ergonomics.I got a new monitor that has an adjustable stand. I xxxxxxnhd also got xxxxxxnhd a keyboard shelf (clamp on) that slides under xxxxxxnhd my desk when not in use.So, awesome, I'm now more xxxxxxnhd than an arm's length away from my monitor, my arms are at a 90 degree angle, xxxxxxnhd I'm sitting up straight...but xxxxxxnhd I still wasn't xxxxxxnhd using xxxxxxnhd my second screen.What I realized is my old laptop stand (the classic one for macs - griffin) xxxxxxnhd elevated my mac to about the height of my external monitor, but xxxxxxnhd it was way too high. I wanted xxxxxxnhd the xxxxxxnhd inverse, where it would line xxxxxxnhd up xxxxxxnhd with the bottom of my monitor.It also felt rather unstable. Opening and closing the laptop was done very carefully, and twice the xxxxxxnhd legs wiggled their way xxxxxxnhd out (a little bit) xxxxxxnhd of the crossbar support.If my mac were to somehow fall off of my desk...things would be...not good.So, I went looking xxxxxxnhd for xxxxxxnhd a xxxxxxnhd new stand.It had to xxxxxxnhd have enough inner width to allow me to keep my backup xxxxxxnhd drive under xxxxxxnhd it, it had xxxxxxnhd to be stable, and it had xxxxxxnhd to be inexpensive.I found one that xxxxxxnhd was xxxxxxnhd about twice the xxxxxxnhd price (or apparently xxxxxxnhd 3 xxxxxxnhd times, xxxxxxnhd at some xxxxxxnhd point) and a bit bigger, but I xxxxxxnhd went xxxxxxnhd for this xxxxxxnhd one, and I'm glad I xxxxxxnhd did.The external drive xxxxxxnhd fits, it's 3 inches lower than my old stand, xxxxxxnhd and it's solid - xxxxxxnhd this stand isn't moving xxxxxxnhd at all.The footprint xxxxxxnhd is smaller than my xxxxxxnhd old xxxxxxnhd stand (new one xxxxxxnhd is 9.3 inches by 7.9 inches, old one was 10 xxxxxxnhd inches by 9 inches) and has an adjustable height.Weirdly I didn't have a problem with opening it, like many xxxxxxnhd others have reported. Maybe I got xxxxxxnhd a weird one and it's not as stable as others, but I set it once, and...that's it.It was also $20.Basically, for a 13 or 15 inch xxxxxxnhd this is a great stand that's xxxxxxnhd adjustable, xxxxxxnhd study, and cheap. I don't know if i xxxxxxnhd would xxxxxxnhd use it with xxxxxxnhd a 17 inch xxxxxxnhd laptop, but 17 inch laptops are kind xxxxxxnhd of weird anyway.I xxxxxxnhd also xxxxxxnhd tried using the xxxxxxnhd keyboard while my laptop was on the xxxxxxnhd stand and there's zero wobble.In short, it's a great stand.p.s. xxxxxxnhd Image #2 is the new xxxxxxnhd stand, image #1 is the old one.I liked the xxxxxxnhd first xxxxxxnhd one I bought xxxxxxnhd for my office so much I bought xxxxxxnhd a second for xxxxxxnhd teleworking xxxxxxnhd . It xxxxxxnhd works for xxxxxxnhd my 17 inch xxxxxxnhd work xxxxxxnhd laptop and xxxxxxnhd my 24 inch gaming xxxxxxnhd laptop. It's very xxxxxxnhd sturdy, xxxxxxnhd easy to xxxxxxnhd screw and unscrew xxxxxxnhd to move around xxxxxxnhd and use.
      Laptop Stand,Adjustable Multi-Angle Stand with Heat-Vent to Elevate Laptop, Aluminum Ergonomic Portable Computer Notebook Stand Compatible for MacBook,Dell,HP More 10-17" Laptops (Silver)FOLDABLE xxxxxxnhd & PORTABLE: This xxxxxxnhd laptop xxxxxxnhd stand could be adjustable in height and angle of your laptop xxxxxxnhd for xxxxxxnhd your healthy body posture to minimize neck xxxxxxnhd fatigue or spine problems. xxxxxxnhd No tools needed for adjustment, xxxxxxnhd just a push xxxxxxnhd or a pull depending on you need.Also it is foldable for easy xxxxxxnhd storage and designed handle hole for easy xxxxxxnhd carryingSTURDY xxxxxxnhd & STABLE: It is made of quality aluminum alloy, heavy duty,stable and xxxxxxnhd sturdy, support up xxxxxxnhd to 13 lbs(6kg) xxxxxxnhd but no worry any wobble. The xxxxxxnhd silicone xxxxxxnhd pads on xxxxxxnhd the holder topare durable and non-slip, which protects the xxxxxxnhd computer from scratch and sliding off. xxxxxxnhd The silicone pads at xxxxxxnhd the bottom of the bracket ensure the product stand stable even when xxxxxxnhd typing.FEATURED & xxxxxxnhd SPECIAL: The xxxxxxnhd specially processed aluminum xxxxxxnhd alloy xxxxxxnhd material, looks neat and xxxxxxnhd delicate, easy to clean, xxxxxxnhd rust-proof; xxxxxxnhd scratch-proof, the heat conduction xxxxxxnhd alloy and ventilation hollow xxxxxxnhd design, xxxxxxnhd work together to cool down your computer and prevent xxxxxxnhd overheating. xxxxxxnhd The uniquely designed xxxxxxnhd storage groove in the bottom panel makes a holding space for xxxxxxnhd the xxxxxxnhd accessories such as cell phone, USB xxxxxxnhd storage, IPAD xxxxxxnhd pen, wireless mouse etc. or the stationery xxxxxxnhd such as pen, eraser, stapler etc.MUTI-USE & PRACTICAL: Multi-use in many xxxxxxnhd occasions xxxxxxnhd such as office, meeting xxxxxxnhd room, xxxxxxnhd library, coffee shop, kitchen xxxxxxnhd and music playing xxxxxxnhd house to hold the laptops, xxxxxxnhd tablets, projectors, menu, music books, magazines etc.. An xxxxxxnhd excellent useful xxxxxxnhd gift for your xxxxxxnhd friends and family.WIDELY DEVICE-COMPATIBLE: It is widely compatible with Apple MacBook xxxxxxnhd 12 / 13, MacBook Pro 13 / 15 / 2018 / 2017 / 2016, MacBook Air, Powerbook, Ipad and 12" xxxxxxnhd to 17"Asus, xxxxxxnhd Sony, Dell, HP,Toshiba, Lenovo and other notebook and Pad xxxxxxnhd models(Chromebooks). Buy now and enjoy xxxxxxnhd now!

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Buyer's experience:
      1: tldr: It's a great adjustable stand with a very small footprintI have a desk that's normal in height (29 inches) and width (48 inches) but it's very shallow (16 inches) so real estate is at a premium.For the longest time I just put my external monitor, keyboard, and mouse on the desk and I used it for programming.My main backup external drive lived under my laptop and stand.Then I started video editing.At first it was fine. I was on an adrenaline high (I shot my first short flick) and I didn't notice anything painful in the way I used my keyboard, mouse, or the second screen (macbook pro 13).When it came time to really edit my shoulder, wrist, and neck started to hurt and I realized I hadn't used the second screen in months.If you've ever read editing forums the RIS posts are real. In programming, most of the time, you basically have your hands on the home row of your keyboard. Most of your time is spent thinking (What do I name this How do I figure out this ______ (fill in the blank) problem).Not so with video editing. You eyes are glued to the screen for hours, your hands are on your keyboard and your mouse. You can't sit back and think about what you're about to do - you have to do it in real time, see if it works, and then try again.So, I freaked out on ergonomics.I got a new monitor that has an adjustable stand. I also got a keyboard shelf (clamp on) that slides under my desk when not in use.So, awesome, I'm now more than an arm's length away from my monitor, my arms are at a 90 degree angle, I'm sitting up straight...but I still wasn't using my second screen.What I realized is my old laptop stand (the classic one for macs - griffin) elevated my mac to about the height of my external monitor, but it was way too high. I wanted the inverse, where it would line up with the bottom of my monitor.It also felt rather unstable. Opening and closing the laptop was done very carefully, and twice the legs wiggled their way out (a little bit) of the crossbar support.If my mac were to somehow fall off of my desk...things would be...not good.So, I went looking for a new stand.It had to have enough inner width to allow me to keep my backup drive under it, it had to be stable, and it had to be inexpensive.I found one that was about twice the price (or apparently 3 times, at some point) and a bit bigger, but I went for this one, and I'm glad I did.The external drive fits, it's 3 inches lower than my old stand, and it's solid - this stand isn't moving at all.The footprint is smaller than my old stand (new one is 9.3 inches by 7.9 inches, old one was 10 inches by 9 inches) and has an adjustable height.Weirdly I didn't have a problem with opening it, like many others have reported. Maybe I got a weird one and it's not as stable as others, but I set it once, and...that's it.It was also $20.Basically, for a 13 or 15 inch this is a great stand that's adjustable, study, and cheap. I don't know if i would use it with a 17 inch laptop, but 17 inch laptops are kind of weird anyway.I also tried using the keyboard while my laptop was on the stand and there's zero wobble.In short, it's a great stand.p.s. Image #2 is the new stand, image #1 is the old one.
      2: After receiving the stand, I applied the supplied wrench to the nut securing the screws on the hinges in order to open up the stand easily. The nut was so tightened fastened to the screws that I couldn't move it in either direction. Instead, the cheap little wrench started deforming. This forced me to use brute force to open up the stand and get it into the position I wanted.Aside from the overly tightened nut issue, the stand seems to be pretty sturdy and well designed/made. It's holding up an approximately 4lb laptop pretty well and does not look like it will collapse under that weight.If, like me, you're not expecting to move/reconfigure the stand after initial setup, this would be a good laptop stand to purchase. However, if you plan to move/reconfigure the stand often (especially for transport with a laptop), I would recommend looking elsewhere. While the joints are unlikely to give out after just one or two adjustments to the stand's height, repeatedly adjusting the stand without loosening up the screws will likely cause the joints to give out over time.
      3: I already have an ergonomic desk due to a disability and needed a laptop holder so I could use my desktop and laptop at the same time. I was amazed at the sturdiness! It has really held up well. My only con is it can be very hard to adjust/collapse if you have a disability. I have to stand up and use a lot of weight to get it to collapse, which defeats the purpose of getting it for ability purposes. However, it obviously needs to be sturdy. Regardless, I enjoy the product and would buy it again.
      4: Does the job perfectly for what I wanted! Good height, stable and I don't worry about it toppling over or falling down. The only reason it has 4 stars instead of 5 is because when I open my laptop it can lift over the little bottom edge part and start to slide off - wish there was some sort of grippy part or something to hold the laptop in place a bit better.
      5: Great sturdy stand. The only reason it's not a 5 star is that the tool enclosed to adjust the stand doesn't fit the bolts that hold the stand in place.
      6: I liked the first one I bought for my office so much I bought a second for teleworking . It works for my 17 inch work laptop and my 24 inch gaming laptop. It's very sturdy, easy to screw and unscrew to move around and use.
      7: It has made its way around work awesome stand
      8: Nice sturdy laptop stand. I have been using for several weeks now and it adjusts easily and stays where you put it. I can match the height of the laptop screen with a 2nd monitor for easy two screen work. Lightweight so carries easily in my computer bag as I go from office to office.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00