Transformer Laptop Stand from LapDawg makes a statement of ergonomy and design

November 13, 2009 § 1 Comment

LapDawg Transformer Laptop Stand

A better laptop stand that can fit many sitting positions

There have been countless occasions I wished I had a laptop stand to hold my laptop while lying in bed and thinking of all those nasty electromagnetic waves and the un-natural position it forces me to take to properly watch and write. Although there are many designs out there for a laptop stand ( I’ve already covered one such smart design here but it’s only a desk stand) there was none I have encountered to be multifunctional and to impress me such as to write about it here on perfectcube, where only best designed, most ergonomic and green products get.

Being made of anodized aluminium to be able to withstand about 6Kg in such a thin form, the LapDawg laptop stand can take quite a number of shapes to accomodate your various seating positions. The locking gear that rotates the arms is a simple push to lock / push to unlock mechanism which I guess is similar with the ball pen’s just bigger/sturdier.

You can take a look at the images below to get an idea of how this product looks and feels and what transformations it can be subjected to:

LapDawg transformer Laptop Stand

These are some of the shapes X4 can turn into.

The price of this thingie is about 90 bucks so click the link below to grab one for yourself or for a great present just in time for winter holidays.

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(LapDawg website)

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§ One Response to Transformer Laptop Stand from LapDawg makes a statement of ergonomy and design

  • ergonomic laptop stand says:

    If you place the laptop so that you can type in a comfortable position, you are forced crane your neck and hunch your shoulders in order to see the text on the display. Similarly, if you position the laptop at the right height for your eyes, you have to raise your shoulders and arms in an awkward position to be able to type and handle the mouse or touch pad.
    rgonomic laptop stand

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