Kickflip Laptop Kickstand

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Gear

While those amusingly complex Rube Goldberg machines are always fascinating to watch, sometimes the most important inventions are the simplest. Case in point: the kickstand. Just an ordinary piece of metal, but can you imagine not having one on your bike?

In a very similar vein, we present the Kickflip from Bluelounge. Designed for 13” or 15” laptops, this thin little stand elevates your computer to an ergonomically ideal angle. With the aid of a high-tech, yet removable and repositionable adhesive, you stick it on the bottom of your laptop and you’re good to go. Just flip the stand out when you want to work from an elevated position. And with less wrist aches to deal with, that means you’ll have more energy to, uhh, thumb wrestle. Yeah, that’s it. [Purchase]

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