|Brand Name||Lap Desk Originals|
|Item model number||45208|
|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.2 x 1.5 x 14.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||10.25 x 1.5 x 14.5 inches|
Creative 45208 LapGear Traveler LapDesk
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- Screen Angle Stabilizers
- Non-Slip Surface
- The Perfect Size
- Micro-Bead Lap Pads
- LapShield added for extra saftey
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Strong, durable, yet lightweight molded-plastic construction is impact resistant and easy to clean, providing long lasting, reliable performance. Slim profile fits in most travel cases/laptop bags. Screen-Angle stabalizers flip up for more stability at larger screen angles. Non-Skid over-mold. Micro-Bead lap pads taper and conform to the lap for maximum comfort and stability. LapShield added for extra saftey, blocks EMF/EMI and Heat from the lap.
Top Customer Reviews
However, I've run into two related problems. The tabs or flaps that are designed to flip up aren't sturdy enough to support the back end of the laptop. I believe the packaging actually advertised the flaps for supporting the monitor, but I rested the laptop on them for extra circulation underneath as well as a more comfortable typing angle. That did help in cooling the laptop. Unfortunately the heat from the laptop affected the edge of the flaps so they no longer are hard enough to support the laptop. The second problem, which I think is related, is that the microbeads from the squishy bottom are leaking through the openings under the flaps. It seems the manufacturer did not encase the microbeads (or mine has a tear in the plastic or whatever it is that is supposed to contain them). Because of static electricity, the microbeads are drawn out of the little openings at the flaps. If I had never lifted the flaps, maybe this wouldn't be an issue. But I did, and the microbeads seep out even though I keep the flaps down.
I might try this product again, under the assumption that the microbead issue was a fluke. But I wish the flaps were sturdier. I've even contemplated modifying this one to raise the back of the laptop and cover the flaps. Just haven't figured out the best way to do it.
For me, the most important attribute of this product is its low profile. With this desk in my lap I can pull right up to any desk or table without the desk hitting anything.
The desk's ruggedness is important because I occasionally transport heavy items, like recycle bins full of newspapers.
This is a wonderful product that any wheelchair user would value.
I searched the Internet for a product like this for several years before giving up. Recently I saw it in a Staples and am now buying my second one on amazon.com.
Definitely would recommend it. She's very picky and hard to please. Only complaint is about the flaps at the top, she broke one while trying to flip one up. She then said she didn't need those since the Chromebook doesn't slide on this lapdesk. Very nice product compared to others she tried.
The price is right as well!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
to actually repair it myself as tiny styrofoam balls were getting everywhere!!