Daily Deal: MOFT, The "Invisible" Laptop Stand

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Meet MOFT, the lightest adhesive laptop stand around. Tailored perfectly for mobile working, MOFT allows every road warrior to work absolutely anywhere with ease and comfort. MOFT is unseen when attached, unfelt when worked on, and unnoticed when carried. You'll never be troubled by forgetting to take a laptop stand when going out, because MOFT acts as a natural, seamless appendage of your computer. It can support up to 18 pounds, is adjustable, and fits up to 15.6" laptop. It's on sale for $20.

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    Anonymous Coward, 11 Jun 2019 @ 12:49pm

    Purpose?

    What's the purpose of these laptop stands? That seems like a really awkward angle to have my wrists on when using a laptop. And it looks like the stand needs to be used on a flat horizontal surface, which is generally not where I use a laptop device.

    Does anyone sell a "standing stand" for laptops that lets you hold your arms in a relaxed position while standing, type on the keyboard, and see the screen?

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    Anonymous Coward, 11 Jun 2019 @ 3:33pm

    "Does anyone sell a "standing stand" for laptops that lets you hold your arms in a relaxed position while standing, type on the keyboard, and see the screen?"

    The ideal laptop "standing stand" is probably a musician's sheet music stand or conductor stand . Since these stands vary considerably in weight, sturdiness, maximum height, weight-bearing ability, width of the ledge, adjustability and angle range of the backboard (up to 180 degrees), and whether the height setting is lockable or just friction-secured (and the inner shaft greasy or not). It's well worth the effort to shop around, since many types would make a poor or unusable laptop stand, especially those with limited backboard angles.

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