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I'm not a designer or anything, just a regular laptop user who went through a bunch of these laptop stands. I do like to point out that most of these 'adjustable' Laptop stands don't do well when you try to type on them as they're mounted. It looks sturdy enough at the bottom, but I suspect the stand will have some balancing issues with 'swiveling' point of gravity. Amazon reviews does say it gets wobbly when you try typing on it and you have to keep adjusting to find a sweet spot. 17" laptop users seem to have the most issues. No airholes on the bottom of the raised platform is also an odd design choice. Overall it does look sleek and professional to look at.

Personally I feel that the more hinges you have, more the problem. Simpler designs are the best.
Assuming you're correct, are shill posts typically lousy deals? Or do you just want people to know that these are not "organic" posts, so perhaps be more cautious? Honest question.
Phonebooks??

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is this one of those special spam shill codes that is not posted on the webpage?!
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Code worked for me
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In for one. Was just looking for a swivel laptop stand like this the other day. Cheapest highly rated swivel stand that also had tilt adjust was $39. Could have sworn it was this one, actually, but CamelCamelCamel states it's been $49 for some time. Lowest price on this model was $34 back in October. Note: code only works for space gray model. Silver is only available used and coupon does not work on it.
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Code worked for me
Worked for me too. Nice deal
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Good deal. This should help bring the webcam on my laptop to eye level for zoom meetings.
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Certified Shill post. Review meta says 25% fake reviews. They are pretty conservative in their approach. Usually it means 2X that.

Good try, though.
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Certified Shill post. Review meta says 25% fake reviews. They are pretty conservative in their approach. Usually it means 2X that.

Good try, though.
Assuming you're correct, are shill posts typically lousy deals? Or do you just want people to know that these are not "organic" posts, so perhaps be more cautious? Honest question.
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I'll give it a shot. Seems like a decent deal if the product is legit.
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IKEA has some legit ones for cheaper price
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I'm not a designer or anything, just a regular laptop user who went through a bunch of these laptop stands. I do like to point out that most of these 'adjustable' Laptop stands don't do well when you try to type on them as they're mounted. It looks sturdy enough at the bottom, but I suspect the stand will have some balancing issues with 'swiveling' point of gravity. Amazon reviews does say it gets wobbly when you try typing on it and you have to keep adjusting to find a sweet spot. 17" laptop users seem to have the most issues. No airholes on the bottom of the raised platform is also an odd design choice. Overall it does look sleek and professional to look at.

Personally I feel that the more hinges you have, more the problem. Simpler designs are the best.
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I'm not a designer or anything, just a regular laptop user who went through a bunch of these laptop stands. I do like to point out that most of these 'adjustable' Laptop stands don't do well when you try to type on them as they're mounted. It looks sturdy enough at the bottom, but I suspect the stand will have some balancing issues with 'swiveling' point of gravity. Amazon reviews does say it gets wobbly when you try typing on it and you have to keep adjusting to find a sweet spot. 17" laptop users seem to have the most issues. No airholes on the bottom of the raised platform is also an odd design choice. Overall it does look sleek and professional to look at.

Personally I feel that the more hinges you have, more the problem. Simpler designs are the best.
I am using this stand with the 15" Lenovo. It is holding up will with very minimal to no wobbling when using it flat. At the max angle, there is a little wobbling here and there but it is holding up quite well. I would imagine that a 14" or smaller will not zero issues
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I am using this stand with the 15" Lenovo. It is holding up will with very minimal to no wobbling when using it flat. At the max angle, there is a little wobbling here and there but it is holding up quite well. I would imagine that a 14" or smaller will not zero issues
Buying a laptop stand to use it on a flat angle? It won't look as pretty but wouldn't a stack of phonebooks achieve the same result at that point?
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