If there's one thing we've learned throughout our years growing up, it's the importance of ergonomics and comfort when it comes to playing around on our favorite laptops. Despite all this, we still continue to use them while laying down on our beds (pretty bad), in the restroom (c'mon folks...), and one of the most overused non-ergonomic places for laptop computing - the infamous coffee table (with the leaning over and squinting technique). Well, it looks like Logitech's taken some inspiration from Apple and infused a would-be generic laptop stand with a heat shield and comfortable mesh cushion into their latest Comfort Lapdesk, allowing you to finally web browse and television surf without the worries of having terrible back pains 10 years down the line.
The thin, streamlined profile should fit the compact solution anyone is looking for - so thing that it fits right under a desk or into a coffee table drawer. As far as technical specifications go, it features a 4-layer heat-shielding design with a twelve-degree angled riser for full comfort and less neck strain. The cushion itself is made from soft, air-mesh fabric so that it feels great on your legs.
The Logitech Comfort Lapdesk runs for $40 and should become widely available for this upcoming holiday season.