Awesome Laptop Stands

2Hold Snack + Work Lap Desk

2Hold Snack + Work Lap Desk

This bentwood lap table combines a laptop stand and a snack tray so you can work and relax from the comfort of your couch. Its snack level has bins for multiple munchies, while its laptop level has a ventilated surface, and a modular mouse pad, a phone holder, and a self-balancing cupholder that prevents spills.

Jumbo DeskStand

Jumbo DeskStand
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Want to upgrade to a standing desk, but already have a regular desk? The Jumbo DeskStand offers a double-decker design that lets you place your keyboard and mouse on one level, and your display (or displays) on another. Shelf heights are easily adjusted on its 10-slot ladder. Made from durable baltic birch plywood.

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Fluidstance Lift

Fluidstance Lift
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Getting your laptop up off your desk is good for your posture. This smartly-designed desk accessory from Fluidstance combines a 9″ tall laptop riser with a dry-erase whiteboard. It’s made from powder-coated steel so you can stick magnets to it and has silicone feet to keep it from sliding around. It comes in white or slate grey.

Moft Laptop Stand

Moft Laptop Stand

This slimline stand sticks to the bottom of your laptop. It’s only 0.12″ thick and weighs just 2.3 oz, so you’ll barely notice it’s there. It unfolds in just a second, has two heights, and can be easily detached. It holds up to 18 lb and can be used with up to 15.6″ laptops.

Flio Up Laptop Workstation

Flio Up Laptop Workstation
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A versatile and elegant folding laptop stand crafted from bamboo. It works as a flat or angled stand for elevating your computer, and doubles as a lap desk with a built-in mousing surface or as hard surface for sketching.

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