Roost Laptop Stand

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Hunching over your laptop is never a good idea. It leads to neck pain, back issues, and is just plain uncomfortable and unhealthy. Designer James Olander has a solid situation in the Roost Laptop Stand.

Serving as the follow up to the original Roost, the Roost 2.0 boasts a ton of new features that’s sure to make it a hot commodity for anyone that works for long periods of time on a laptop. The device weighs just 5.8 ounces, and measures 1″x1″x13″, making it extremely portable for those individuals that are constantly on the go. It’s built from nylon reinforced fiberglass paired with a high performance resin and metal replacer polymer, ensuring it can meet the durability standards you’ve come to expect from the products you purchase. Fully adjustable and outfitted with a set of patented pivoting grips, it will automatically adjust to your laptop’s size and shape, which means it works with pretty much any make and model. Just set it atop your work desk, and you’re in business. [Purchase]

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