A survey of U.S. adult computer users, commissioned by Intel and conducted by Harris Interactive, reveals that 34% of respondents or their families have taken a laptop PC with them on vacation and 51% of all respondents are likely to take a laptop PC on a future vacation.
Add to that the fact that more than 90% of corporate travelers take their laptop with them on business trips and you can easily see the basis for the Aviator Laptop Stand from Keynamics.
The first and only stand specifically designed for business travelers, it is expressly designed for use aboard commercial aircraft, with careful consideration given to the position of the laptop for optimal user comfort as well as to to accommodate the reclined seat in front. (Now,why didn't I think of that?!)
Designed to be sturdy and extremely stable to handle turbulence and bumping from other passengers, the stand extends the laptop keyboard 2.5 inches over the front edge of the tray and raises the screen by 3 inches. This positions the keyboard at a comfortable angle for typing and places the screen at the proper eye level for reduced neck bending and back strain. The stand eliminates the “hunch” and allows you to rest your back against the seat for spinal support, achieving neutral postures.
(As in your back says "Aaah.")
The Aviator can double as a portable desktop stand for use on the train. And will also take care of a DVD player if you want to spend commuting time relaxing, rather than working.
Weighing only 9 ounces, the Aviator stores flat in the side pocket of a briefcase.
MSRP: $24.99. (Look for $19.99 street price.)