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Nottable - The highly flexible, portable laptop stand

Have you ever taken your laptop with you to the toilet? Or did you ever wish you could use your laptop while lying down comfortably on a bed? A lot of us want to use our computers at unconventional places at unconventional positions. Thanks to a Brazilian inventor Nelson Motta, now we can.

Motta has designed and constructed an innovative laptop stand called the Nottable. Made of aluminum and brass, this anodized, rust-proof contraption can be adjusted in all sorts of fascinating ways allowing you to use your laptop in even the most bizarre positions. It can be easily disassembled and folded into a briefcase sized pack for storage or transportation.

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Nottable supports notebooks of 10 inches to 17 inches in size. It has rubberized clips to secure the notebook on to the base which is ventilated to prevent overheating. Mousepads are available that can be attached to the sides to support external mice. Here is a video demonstration.

An indispensable product. Nottable is priced at $150 and ships worldwide.

[via The Red Ferret]


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