|Item Weight||2.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 17.7 x 11.8 inches|
|Item model number||X7-Black|
|Assembled Height||3 inches|
|Assembled Width||13 inches|
|Assembled Length||24 inches|
Furinno X7-BK Ergonomics Aluminum Adjustable Cooling Fan Laptop Tray Table, Black
- Made from aluminum alloy for firmness and stylish look
- Handy usage: random height and multiple angle adjustment
- With 2 usb fans available in black, silver, pink and purple
- Suitable for Laptop 17" or smaller
- No assembly required
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From the manufacturer
|FURINNO A6||FURINNO X7||FURINNO X7-II||FURINNO K6|
|Ventilation||Air-Vented Cooling Holes||Built in Dual USB Fan||Built in X-Shape USB Fan||Air-Vented Cooling Holes|
|Material||Aluminum alloy||Aluminum alloy||Aluminum alloy||Spray Painted Aluminum alloy|
|Colors||Silver, Purple, Pink, Black, Blue, Green, Gold||Silver, Purple, Pink, Black||Black||Silver, White, Pink, Black|
|Full 360 degree angles||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Water, Stain & Fire Resistant||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Table Surface||17.6"(W) x 11.2"(D)||17.6"(W) x 11.2"(D)||17.6"(W) x 11.2"(D)||17.6"(W) x 11.2"(D)|
|Package Include||Multi-angle User's Manual||Multi-angle User's Manual and USB Power Cable||Multi-angle User's Manual and USB Power Cable||Multi-angle User's Manual|
About the Manufacturer
Furinno (Furniture-Innovation) introduces the new trend of RTA (Ready To Assemble) modern furniture to the consumer in the Americas, providing quality and an affordable price. Furinno has grown to be one of the world's largest RTA manufacturers, exporters and suppliers. Focused on innovation, quality and consumer cost, Furinno is a category leader in RTA home office furniture and storage.
Furinno designers and engineers set sights on how each member can create a better design, to provide a more comfortable living experience, in the most affordable cost, to their consumers living in limited spaces.
Multiple angle adjustment
Ergonomics design makes life feel better
Trying to find a way to comfortably use your laptop computer while relaxing on the bed or couch? Furinno laptop table is designed to provide you with full control and flexibility to place the laptop at your most comfortable position regardless where you are sitting or standing. This lightweight, strong and durable laptop table designed with 360 degree angle adjustable joint locking button, you can adjust it to any preferred setting to suit your needs, even laid back on your bed. The spring locking technique helps in adjusting the height easily. You just need to hold the button on the joints, set it at your preferred angle to modify the table position, and release the button to lock it in place. This multi-functional table is foldable, it can fold flat for easy storage and is light enough to carry around that makes it portable and perfect even for traveling. This table available in various finishes, letting you choose the right color that will match your existing interiors.
- The Ultralight Laptop Table / Portable Bed Tray Book Stand is a modern style product that focus on geometry and angular shapes. This stylish and functional table will be a great addition to any home. As it is constructed from metal, this table is sturdy and durable to keep the laptop firm on its place. You can now conveniently read your favorite book or use a laptop on it with most comfortably.
- What's in the box: User Manual with more than 10 angles adjustment.
The FURINNO Hidup is a portable, adjustable laptop desk with two built-in USB fans to help reduce overheating.
- Suitable for laptops up to 17 inches.
- Maximum recommended weight is 33 pounds (15 kilograms). Please pay attention to the weight limit to avoid any possible damage to property and/or health.
- This product applies a button spring-locking technique. Before you put things on the panel, please make sure that you have adjusted the joint to the suitable angle and lock it to avoid accidents.
- The panel is supported by a folding-bracket structure on both sides. To prevent objects from sliding off the panel, adjust it to the same height on both sides.
- This product is mainly made from aluminum alloy. Avoid using it under a long-term high- or low-temperature environment to protect the panel or bracket from overheating or getting too cool.
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First off, I will only recommend this particular model, I know there are others, so don't take my review and think that it will apply to those models, because it might not.
This model is made out of very sturdy aluminum and is brushed silver; looks very nice and techie (for those of you that care about looks)
The overall weight of the product is very light, so it is easy to push around, pick-up, etc.
The joints are solid black plastic with aluminum buttons; there are three joints (adjustments points) on each side that gives you a wide range of settings/setup
The buttons can be difficult to press, because both the spring and the locks must be strong enough to not only support the weight of your laptop, but you banging on it. So to make adjustments, it does take a good bit of strength to depress the button; and from my personal experience, it should only be done without the laptop sitting on it. There have been a couple times when I went to adjust the tray and the buttons did not depress, but simply applying some pressure on the leg while pushing in the button resolved that; not unlike having to turn a cap on a bottle backwards to get the threads to line up.
The tray on this model is vented and has two fans with a single USB plug on it. The fans are silent and do a good job of keeping the laptop cool. The tray itself never seems to even get warm.
At the front of the tray, there are two plastic clips that are locked into a slot on the front, allowing them to slide left/right. These clips are intended to help hold the laptop from sliding off when the tray is placed at steep inclines. While they do a moderately good job of this, they're better suited for slim line laptops like the Mac Book Air thing. If you own a real laptop and not a toy, you're going to find these clips will be unable to hold your laptop in place if you intend to have the tray at nearly upright positions like they show in some of the product pictures. A better solution, IMHO, for that would be to purchase some Velcro dots that you put on both the bottom of your laptop and on the tray to keep it in position, but this is not something that I have had to do myself, since I do not use the tray at those kinds of inclined positions.
A bit of a side note in all this:
I have lower back problems, what does that have to do with anything? Everything, for the first time I can lay on the floor when my back hurts with this tray positioned so that I can actually do work and feel like I'm being productive, instead of just laying on the floor like like a lump of useless flesh. This was one of my goals with getting something like this, and it works perfectly for just this kind of situation.
Some possible cons and nitpicking
1. The instructions aren't great, and it took me a bit to figure out how to get the legs/tray oriented, but once you spend some time with it, you'll most likely figure out a couple positions that work for you, and you'll never need that page again
2. If you are heavy, large, big boned, over weight, an NFL line backer, Professional Body Builder or Shaquille o'Neal, this tray probably isn't going to be wide enough for you. If the manufacture were smart, they'd make a larger size for larger people.
3. If you have arthritis or are in your older (aka golden years) and lack hand strength, you may find making adjustments to this tray impossible; that maybe a deal killer for some of you out there, so I thought I should mention it.
4. The surface of the tray is rather smooth, and while it has the aforementioned clips on the front to help keep the laptop in place, it's not going to help much if you intend to use the tray at steep inclines. I don't believe this is a deal killer, it just might require some invention on your part to figure out how best to keep your laptop affixed to the tray (see my previous remarks about Velcro)
Recommendations for the manufacture:
1. The price is to high for most people. I'd really like to see this around the $30-40 price point, I think you'd get far better market penetration if you lowered the price. If someone is trying to determine if they should try/buy your product unseen, like many do here on Amazon, the current price point can be a deal breaker.
2. You all need to get with Dell and/or Apple, personally I'd try Dell, and get them to resell your product. It's good enough and there's nothing else like it on the market.
TL;DR: I recommend this laptop tray to anyone that's been looking for a solid, adjustable tray that can be used just about any place. While the entry price is steep, if you can wing it, it's worth it and there's nothing else on the market currently like it; at least nothing I have personally seen or can recommend at this time.
However, I can see there are a few reasons it's completely worth it:
1. Solid metal body
3. Dials with degree display
4. Soft arm resting pad (HUGE benefit!!!)
5. Does NOT require you to affix any Velcro to your computer.
I'm using it with my 17" macbook and I have at least 3 spare inches. The stand legs don't even touch my thighs (and I'm considered "curvy). :)
I'm a full-time professional by day and a full time master's student by night. I have a back condition called spondylolisthesis. To maintain spinal health I: do a lot of yoga, see an acupressure chiropractor, and use my inversion table and foam roller at home. However, when I start school, I notice that the hours on the computer add up too much and display themselves symptomatically in my back and body health.
So, I bought this desk along with a yoga bolster and a "chair" pillow (pillow that has arms).
This gives me a whole new computing position and helps with not compressing my spine the WHOLE time I'm on the computer all day.