Are you having trouble with fatigue and sore shoulders, because of the way you have to use your laptop computer? Neck strain because you are always looking down at the monitor? Get the numbness and tingling that signals the beginnings of Carpal Tunnel syndrome? These are some of the problems experienced by plenty of people every day across the world. What if there was a way to help ease some of that strain while working at your desk or workstation? There just might be a something that can help. The Lapworks aluminum desktop computer stand is an adjustable stand that functions not only as a stand, but as a cooler as well. With the ability to go from a flat 0% incline to an angle of 45%, you can hook up a keyboard to your laptop and have the monitor at the correct viewing height to prevent neck strain. There are six available stops on the adjustment ladder - three suitable for use when typing and the balance when using the laptop as a monitor, only with a keyboard and mouse attached.
Edited by jammin, 13 June 2007 - 06:52 PM.