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Griffin Technology Elevator Laptop Stand (GC16034)
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- Elevates laptop screen 5.5" while providing valuable desktop real estate for your keyboard and mouse
- Keeps laptop cool with 360 degrees of air circulation
- Fits all laptops, Mac and PC
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Top Customer Reviews
Great stand, but I wouldn't recommend it for any laptop over 15"
Otherwise, the quality is great, as is the case with most Griffin products.
Amazon is great - fast shipping and I strongly recommend Prime.
1. The stand lifts the laptop monitor up to a height that is the perfect height for me.. the top of the monitor is just below eye level.
2. The design of the stand allows it to not have any side rails so that any keyboard, no matter what size, can be stored under the laptop freeing up the maximum desk space when the laptop is not in use.
3. The stand is very sturdy and stable. The stand has a very slight angle forward to counter-balance the monitor screen and expose the laptop keyboard to the user. The high quality rubber on the solid metal bracing provides a sturdy and stable base for the laptop. As I stated earlier, I can't imagine this falling or slipping off the stand unless the table is not stable or if it is accidentally knocked off or yanked off by a cable, but this is true of most stands. There are plastic little tabs that stick up on the front of the stands for a super slippery laptop with a near zero frictional coefficient. ;)
4. The laptop stand looks cool. The laptop floats in the air. I have a cable that connects to the second monitor and a USB cable for additional storage, but other than that the stand, laptop, second monitor, wireless keyboard, and wireless mouse create a very functional, cool looking, and clean desktop.Read more ›
This stand loses grip over time. A few nights ago, I watched (in slow motion horror accompanied by a classic muffled/panicked "nooooooooooo...." for added effect) as my macbook pro slid off the stand and onto my kitchen floor. The laptop was fully on the stand prior to sliding off. After that, the laptop wouldn't boot.
I took my laptop to the Apple store to have it diagnosed. My hard drive was broken because of the fall. This was not all. I now have a big dent on my laptop and a ding in my kitchen floor.
I called Griffin Technology to see what they could do for me. They said that since the stand was more than 2 months old that it was not a manufacturing defect and that they would be unable to cover the cost of the replacement hard drive and shell. The hard drive and new torx set cost over $120. I don't even want to guess how much a new macbook pro shell would cost me.
It is concerning that Griffin believes that a $30+ stand which supports a multi-thousand dollar computer should only be stable for one to two months.
I spent the next day dissembling my laptop, installing a new hard drive, attempting to bend my laptop shell back into shape, reassembling my laptop, restoring OS-X and the environment that I had on the computer.
I should have trusted my first instinct to not buy products from Griffin.
I can't really recommend this stand. It becomes a danger to your laptop after a couple of years. I need to replace mine with a Rain Designs stand, or something similar that has a "lip" at the bottom and will safely hold the laptop.
UPDATE: it's possible to 'refresh' the rubber with rubbing alcohol. You'll have give it a rubdown every so often, but it does extend the life of the stand and lets you safely stick a unibody laptop on it. However, unless you need a portable stand, I'd still get something with a lip that doesn't rely on rubber.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for a fairly strange reason: I wanted to have two keyboards in the same location. Instead of worrying about KVMs and special software, I started looking for a... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Michael Kuralt
Arrived in very easy-to-open packaging with only a few parts to put together. Assembly is super easy - the top bars slide into the support bars, and two small plastic clips snap... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Michael Last
Awesome product. I have bought two of these so far for my team. Sturdy and well constructed. Love it.Published 19 days ago by Ronald C. Hoopes
Bought this stand about 6 or so months ago and I use it nearly every day I'm at my desk. As a student, I'm on my laptop all the time so having the elevation factor from this stand... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Pat
My 17" laptop rests comfortably on it, its grip pads keep is stable.Published 26 days ago by Heartjunk
I seriously own three of these (two for home and one at work). Perfect for if you have your laptop on a desk with an external keyboard, mouse, and separate monitor.Published 1 month ago by Benjamin Oconnor