Elevator - Desktop Stand for Personal Computers

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Almost every desk in our office has an elevator on it. When using an external keyboard and mouse it is a must have. It will raise the screen up to eye level. If you use an external monitor with your laptop, an elevator will allow you to but them side by side for easy to use desktop sharing.

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  • GriffinTech

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    Almost every desk in our office has an elevator on it. When using an external keyboard and mouse it is a must have. It will raise the screen up to eye level. If you use an external monitor with your laptop, an elevator will allow you to but them side by side for easy to use desktop sharing. It also frees up storage space on your desk. We have found that transformers and ninja turtles can coexist peaceably with the elevator.

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  • jowaha

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    My Mac laptop is hot... literally! The Elevator by Griffin is one way to give your computer the breathing room it needs to dissipate all that heat it generates. Affordable and attractive, it further cements Griffins reputation for providing useful Mac accessories.

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  • halans

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    Elevates my MBP to eye level, and frees up some much needed deskspace. I keep a couple of books underneath it.

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  • revolutionarygirl

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    At work I depend on a dual-monitor setup, one being my Macbook Pro and one being my 23" HD monitor. I like setting the laptop on a stand to elevate it to a similar height as the larger monitor so I don't go hunching over to see it. The clear plastic of this particular model blends nicely with the work environment.

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  • Jannie

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    Elevates my laptop to perfect viewing size when left on a table. It allows for air flow to access underneath the computer and aids in keeping it cool. An external mouse and keyboard is necessary though, unless you want to get very tired arms after reaching for the built-in keyboard and trackpad.

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  • emsy101

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    You're going to want to keep your laptop from overheating, because when it does, it ain't pretty.

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