Top 10 Laptop Stands: Adjustable, Portable, and more
Whether you are going Going back to the office or working from home on a regular basis, having the right laptop stand can make life more comfortable. It’s probably time to upgrade from a pile of old books, and of course it’s time to stop craning your neck while you’re at work. Raise your laptop screen close to eye level, improving your posture. Some can be done sitting and standing and can easily travel. Can fit in the bag. We’ve had a handful of experiments over the last year, and these are our favorites.
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Updated July 2021: We’ve added stands from Veridask and Twelve South.
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Putting one of the laptops down is one of the many ways you can improve your ray when you sit at a desk for long periods of time. Installing a computer monitor on your laptop is another matter. Not only does this make your multi-task easier, but you don’t have to crane your neck as much as possible.
Some of these laptop stands are paired perfectly with a separate keyboard and mouse. These devices mean you can set up your laptop remotely and at different heights, and you won’t have to stretch your arm awkwardly to type. Even the right mouse can help prevent muscle soreness or carpal tunnel syndrome, so check out our best keyboards and best gaming mouse guides (and no, you don’t have to be a gamer to use a gaming mouse). Check it out.
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