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ErgoArc 2 Laptop Tray: Because Bed > Chair

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Laptop trays and portable desks come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and have different features. Some focus on keeping your laptop – and thighs – cool, while others add speakers, USB ports or even keyboards. But the ErgoArc 2 focuses on one thing: it lets you use your laptop in bed.

ergoarc 2 laptop desk tray

Granted, there are many laptop trays that you can also use while in bed. Heck, you can even make do with a breakfast tray if you have a netbook. But thanks to the ErgoArc 2’s highly adjustable legs and its bumper, you’ll be able to use your laptop even if you’re lying down. It also has side trays for drinks and a mouse or a notepad, but I think those are just bonuses.

If only I could fit my all-in-one computer on it. You can order the ErgoArc 2 from Amazon for $74 (USD). That’s quite expensive for a laptop stand, but judging from the reviews it’s worthy every cent.

[via 7 Gadgets]






Comments (2):

  1. Misha Williams says:

    Woah! This was very awesome! I want to buy this laptop tray. This was the coolest laptop accessory I’ve ever seen. Nice post.

  2. Karen Farrell says:

    I bought this laptop desk when I suffered nerve damage that makes it impossible for me to sit upright in a chair. I work at home, reclined on the couch with my legs up on a wedge, and this is the perfect desk. You can adjust it to several angles, from flat to about 80 degrees if you lie all the way down. It’s amazing that the laptop doesn’t fall at that angle, but it doesn’t (depending on how big your machine is and if you don’t knock it around; I have a huge gaming laptop, and it stays if I am still).

    This desk has been a lifesaver to me. I only wish that it was more convenient to fold the sides down. I never do because you have to unscrew a nut and remove a bolt to do so. It’s easy, but I’m just not going to do that every time. I just put it upside down on the back of the couch. Some people have said that they wish they could adjust the height for ergonomic typing, but if you adjust the angle, you’re fine.

    I highly recommend this laptop desk.

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