DURABLE is launching a solution in the form of the laptop stand RISE. The stand ensures that the device is at the perfect height, it also makes it possible to work ergonomically with an external keyboard and mouse or a second monitor. The infinitely height-adjustable stand is available now.
Additional new products are the laptop stand FOLD, a foldable, portable model, and the tablet stand RISE, which is a flexibly adjustable stand for tablets. All models are manufactured in Germany and feature a premium-quality aluminium finish and a contemporary design.
As laptops have a keyboard and screen that can’t be separated, making for an unergonomic set-up, DURABLE’s new laptop stand raises the height so that the screen can be positioned perfectly at eye level. The result is a practical, ergonomic alternative to a PC workstation that can be set up in a flash. The DURABLE laptop stand also allows for another monitor to be incorporated at the same height.
The DURABLE laptop stand RISE is suitable for all laptops between 10" and 17" as well as other portable devices weighing up to 5kg. It is made from 3.5 mm thick aluminium, making it extremely robust. Both the height and reading angle are infinitely adjustable to suit the individual. Its sturdy design keeps everything stable while you are working while rubber pads prevent scratches on the table or desk. Air holes, as well as the stand’s aluminium plate, dissipate the heat from long periods of working. Thanks to the large, recessed grip, the laptop doesn’t need to be removed from the stand to open or close it. And once you’ve finished working, the laptop stand RISE can be folded and stored away without taking up much space.
The DURABLE laptop stand FOLD is a lightweight model which is ideal for out and about. The stand can hold large devices of up to 15" that weigh up to 10 kg without any trouble. Once folded and stored in the handy pouch, it won’t take up much room in a bag. There are six different height levels to choose from, making it possible to set the optimal height depending on whether you are using a low café table, an armrest in a lecture theatre or a higher co-working desk.