For people whose computers are almost an extra appendage, time spent in bed can be frustrating and miserable if it means limiting Internet access. Balancing a laptop on a chest or stomach can overheat the machine, and is terrible for hands and wrists.
Laptop Laidback is made for people who prefer to (or must) use laptops while reclining. The table has a broad, stable stance; a ledge holds the laptop in place. Both angle and height are adjustable, and the unit folds flat for storage or transportation.
According to the site, the legs adjust in 5 degree increments — that’s the kind of fine-tuning that can keep wrists and arms happy.
Click on “Product” from the home page for technical information. You’ll need to scroll down to see the full list of specifications.
2 replies on “Computing While Reclining”
OMG, I must get one of these. At least 50% of my computer time is spent supine in bed (or on the sofa), with a hot hot laptop balanced on my stomach, chest or knees. I am going to order one of these things, now.
Let us know what you think once you’ve used it!