A Stylish Answer For an Ergonomic Problem: Laptop Risers

A Stylish Answer For an Ergonomic Problem: Laptop Risers

Working on a laptop has its benefits, but as a desktop replacement, there's often ergonomic tradeoffs. Instead of looking straight ahead at a screen and having your fingertips tilted slightly up, a laptop can cause the neck to be bend downward and for the wrists to sit totally flat. I've tried stacking my laptop on books, but that creates another issue for my wrists when typing. This simple solution blends into the background and creates a comfortable angle for your neck and wrists.

Of course this $95 version by Marc Ross is not the only option available, but others I've seen have looked bulkier to me and less appealing. Do you use any kind of riser for your laptop? Is there a better option that I am missing?

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