|Item model number||LD09 W|
|Item Weight||2.65 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22.1 x 12.4 x 9.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||22.05 x 12.4 x 9.84 inches|
E-Stand LD09 W White/Black Laptop Table
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- Height and angle adjustment for maximum comfort and two powerful but silent USB powered laptop cooling fans
- Integrated mouse pad, cup platform, and pen holder
- RoHS compliant plastics with metal reinforcing, maximum load of 35 pounds
- Suitable for any size laptop
- Set up in seconds
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|Color||White/Black||Black with steel colored aluminum legs.||Black||Black.|
|Item Dimensions||22.05 x 12.4 x 9.84 in||13.5 x 10.5 x 2 in||—||22 x 12 x 15 in|
This E-Stand Lap Top Table is more than an innovative, portable, performance laptop table. It is the ultimate laptop workstation. With flexible height and angle adjustments, this lap top table adapts to fit your optimal comfort level in just seconds. Dual built-in USB-powered fans cool your laptop to increase performance and prevent overheating. The E-Stand lap top table is suitable for any size of laptop and has an integrated mouse pad, cup platform and pen holder. This lightweight stand folds to fit into any standard computer bag so you can comfortably use a laptop wherever you are. In the office, on a sofa, in bed or even on the floor. Use your laptop in comfort and style with the all new E-Stand lap top table.
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It looks better than I pictured, it's not as cheap looking as I imagined. More of a metal, soft white so the contrasting black is not as loud as the picture.
A couple of weeks later, the only thing I don't like is having to pull each individual leg out every time I want to use it. I know that sounds lazy but, I take classes online. Id like to just have a simple 1 or 2 step fold process. It is still a good product in that it gets the job done but, I get tired of collapsing all 4 legs and opening/locking each one indivdually after/before every use.
it is light, portable, has space for a mouse.
you can adjust the height of the legs, the angle of the laptop.
i am using it with a 13 inch macbook pro, works perfect
there are two fans that can be plugged in through usb, keeps your laptop cool
perfect for use in bed
have been using it for a few weeks and it is sturdy, well designed
i am very happy with it
trying to keep it mildly level, propped on my left elbow because I need to use my left hand to keep it from falling over backwards, my right
hand used to hunt-n-peck,....and try to operate my mouse set on a tray that I never could put in a comfortable place. (touchpad ? Works
fine, but I've never learned all it's tricks for scrolling, highlighting, cut and paste etc. so I prefer a mouse) So the tray for my pad
migrated all over the bed. And I couldn't hardly move. Once I got everything in a position where I could reach everything (for awhile)
I'd end up with my back and hip hurting from pressure and contortions,...and ackwardly squirmimg around, seeking comfort/relief. So you're
wondering why I don't just have a desk ? I do. But it's buried. We're still building,...so stuff gets shifted around a lot (and buried
behind and under things,....my bed is the one flat surface which attracts the fewest objects,....it's padded, has pillows and the TV, lamps,
and fans are handy to it) I NEEDED 'something' I finally checked Amazon (I live deep in the Country and cruising a Best Buy or Office
Depot/Staples, is Not a practical option as the nearest is up to an hour or more away) I saw Many PC mini-tables at Amazon for sofa/chair/beds,..I
compaired features. I chose this one for price AND the fact it had a mousepad. I liked the idea of a cup holder, but after once ruining a key
board with spilled hot coco, I didn't think that a good feature, .....but I thought the cup holder feature would make a great remote control holder for the TV or a capped water
bottle. I liked the tilt-top feature,..'holds any size PC'.....my only concern with this one was that it didn't appear very stable. i.e.
I couldn't clearly see the way the legs were and I didn't notice anything in the description claifying anything about that,.....I didn't
like the white color either,(I preferred black, but not enough to purchase a much higher priced tray)...but cha know, that was a minor
issue,...now that it's arrived (Three days after I ordered it !!!)...I've discovered I don't mind the white...
Now to the other features.
I don't really need the fans below,...my keyboard sheds it's heat at the keys (no big deal) Other things surprised me though.
Right off,...the size,....I had feared dispite the claim that it could handle any size laptop, I feared my 17 " one would overshadow the
mousepad so that I was essentially using it behind my PC,....no, it doesn't,....but my PC Does overlap it by 3/4ths of an inch or so, pushed
as far to the left on the table as it will go....When the Table box was gotten at, it appeared too short (oh Darn,...what Had I ordered !?)
Much to my surprise,...it was folded in Half in it's box,...(!) and has a lock-latch in it. The legs I'm feared might not be stable ?
turned out to be folded inside and when un-folded, they all splayed nicely, locked securely into place And their length was (EASILY) individually
adjustable to the assorted lumps of my bed. ALL Good. The 'cup holder' turned out to be a totally Useless feature. I'd thought it would
be a hole in the desk top with a soft webbed cupholder like in the bag chair arms,...Perfect for a bottle of water or remote. Nope. it's
nothing more than a round black plastic 1/16 th or 1/32 nd 'deep' Ornament on the white table,...same hard plastic as the mousepad....The
The box itself, shows a glass of liquid sitting on the 'black spot' (very precariously) (in Fine Print on the box however, in a place that
has Zero to do with the cupholder,(under the large USB symbol and sales pitch on the 'Dual USB powered fans) is the note "it is not
reccommended that drinks be placed on the E-STAND due to the damage that all liquids can cause to electronic componants" Nowhere else
is any reference to the 'cup-holder' (yet the glass of liquid is shown in place on 3 different pictures on the outside of the box)
In all other fairness to the manufacture of the mini-desk,...
The 2 sheets of 'How To' are clearly written in both English and French, and clearly illustrated in 5 color and 10- B + W photographs X 2
for the languages. The location and How-to for fixing up the USB cable and replacing it later to it's holder in the back of the desk,
. is all clearly shhown and explained. Yet one is never touched upon except to advise you to "incline the desk panel to support your
computer or book" and "Return the support panel to it's (closed) flat position"
Nowhere is there instructions on HOW to 'incline' or 'return' the prop panel.
I figured out to pull out the smaller supports at the front edge of the desk to support the front edge of the PC when the panel is in a
raised position. But couldn't for the life of me figure out how to KEEP the panel up. I found a white 'something' on the back of the
desk, but couldn't figure out how to use/open it,....eventually I figured it out.
But when I placed my heavy PC in position on it the biggest problem I had was that even at ther lowest inclination,...the beveled front
nature of my PC caused it to slide over and off the desk,...so like the fans, and cup holder the prop holder was useless to me.
I'm using the cup holder spot to hold my Dritz USB lamp in that spot above my mousepad. (it beats Also trying to juggle it on the bed)
The mouse pad seems to work fine,....it's nice to have it handy on the same level as my PC (instead of 1-2 feet away somewhere, half
inclined). Small adjustments to the legs give me a satisfactory 'angle' to work at, and the lowest leg position, still clears my lap. at a comfortable working level.
So far, on it's first day of use, I'm satisfied that dispite the features I can't use, I DO have what I NEED to comfortably work on
my bed without things requiring anchoring and proping,....if I need to get up or change position, it's an easy thing to simply lift
the desk and set it aside until I return.,...
( My Only concern at present is that I'm not real sure how strong the legs are,....they're hollow so the interior leg extensions can
telescope out, but I think that both that and the honey-combed nature of the legs have weakened them and they may not hold up to time
and use,....But I'll cross
That bridge when and if I ever come to it.
(an after note,...it appears that my PC Does have some vents beneath, (I noticed while repacking) so it might indeed receive benefit
from the fans beneath the desk)
When I opened it, I was relieved that that the stand is compact and will close into itself (clam shell style.)
My only complaint is the thing feels..well..poorly made...at first. See, when you are holding it and inspecting it for the first time, things are just flipping it around every which way (Once you unsecure the legs.) you can tell the plastic isn't very heavy duty as it clacks against the other plastic. But once you get the thing set up, it works just as advertised, and suddenly that "cheap quality" thing just kind of goes away because once you are using it, it works and doesn't feel "cheap".
The main reason I got this was because I have a 17 inch laptop (Samsung Series 7), that I wanted to be able to play on my lazy days in bed. And it works just great. You still have plenty of space for your mouse and the like. The tilt adjustment thing is kind of a pain, but once you get used to it, it isn't so bad.
This also work great for just using it as a tray to play games/surf the internet on the couch - which is what I do. It is sturdy and comfortable enough.
What I don't get is why they would put a cup holder thing on it. That just seems like a terrible place/idea. But oh well, I won't use it.
All in all- you can't go wrong for the price and the function. Plus, it packs away nicely. If you had to go back and time and buy it again, I would.
EDIT: 9/25/2012 Changed star rating to 3 stars. I have used it more often- I still feel the same way as I did in the above review, but the thing is kind of a pain for long term use. Flimsy. The little adjuster thing on the legs kind of suck (but work.)- I still would recommend it if you are looking to spend as little money possible on a laptop table. I still use mine. But lets say, if this thing (or when) it breaks, I'll be spending a tad more money on getting a different laptop table. But in the mean time, this thing is okay.
A month of bed rest I use this stand 8-12 hours a day for everything, meals, work, reading, computer, etc. Works great and well built. Being 250 pounds and 6'2" I was concerned about the leg adjustments, no problem there either as the stand fits nicely over my mid section.
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I used this when I was in AIT for the Army which was 4 months long, so I liked sitting on the bed while I played my laptop.Read more