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Hugely versatile laptop stand that doubles as a reading table, bed table, sofa stand.
Any number of height and angle possibilities due to fully rotational ratcheted locking
Highly usable as a standalone product but equally suited in allowing sedentary desk workers a standing alternative (50% increase in calorie burn when standing according to various studies (av. 80 calories per hour seated, 120 cph standing)
A more interesting variation is to combine with a mini-stepper or a bosu to increase the burn rate to beyond 200 calories per hour without impacting on your work
Benefits of Standing Desks based on Studies
Standing Desk Could Give Your Brain A Boost
Standing Desks Boost Productivity
Source: The Washington Post
One Hour of Physical Activity per day could Offset Health Risk of 8h of Sitting
Why Focus on Sedentary Behaviour in the Workplace?
Stand-capable Desks as a Way to Increase Physical Activity throughout the Day
Source: Taylor Francis Online
Benefits of Exercise based on Studies
Exercise is Essential to ‘Grow Back your Brain’
Source: The Times
Exercise at Work Boosts Productivity
Source: Science Daily
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Does the mouse support go flat- ie perpendicular to the desk surface ( or only at a 45 degree angle) Thanks
The mouse support is flat and level to the desk surface but can be angled to any setting as well
What are the 2 plastic clips for?
Actually these 2 clips slide through the front of the platform (the side nearest you) to keep the laptop from sliding down.
Does this have usb ports?
It has a USB cable that connects to the laptop to power the venting fans underneath.
At least for me, it's hard to figure out how to adjust the legs and get the thing to stand up straight.
Each of the pivot points have a silver/grey circle, push the circle in and move each pivot point to desired angle, then let the circle come out again. Hope that helps.
Can the mouse mat be switched to the left side?
Yes it can and it's a point we will add to the listing to make that clearer
Does the mouse pad handle the weight of a hand or do I need the elbow to be supported?
You can't lean much weight on it or you'd tip the whole thing, but I think you would need to support your elbow if that's how you do mouse work.