Laptop Stands and Arms

Working from your kitchen table, hot-desking in the office or using your laptop whilst out and about does not mean that you have to compromise your physical health. The use of a laptop stand enables you to raise the laptop screen to eye level and prevent neck and shoulder strain. Our laptop risers are lightweight and portable and come with multiple height settings that make it easy to find the right viewing angle for you. If your laptop screen does not open a full 180 degrees and you are a taller user, it is likely the screen will not open far enough when using the majority of laptop stands as they raise the whole computer at an angle. The Supreme Dual Pivot Adjustable Laptop Stand will help avoid the screen angle problem.

We strongly recommend using the laptop stand in conjunction with a separate keyboard and mouse. We also provide portable desktop laptop stand kits, some with A4 inline document holders. Using these accessories will ensure you have an ergonomic workstation set-up and can work in comfort and maintain productivity wherever you are working.

Category Name

Addit Bento Ergonomic Toolbox 900

Price from: £72.00 (Ex VAT)

Neo-Flex Laptop Lift Stand

Price from: £59.00 (Ex VAT)

FoldineX Portable Compact Laptop Stand

Price from: £24.95 (Ex VAT)

Ergo-Q260 Laptop Station

Price from: £109.95 (Ex VAT)

Ergo-Q330 Laptop Stand

Price from: £74.95 (Ex VAT)

Ergo-T340 Laptop Cooling Station

Price from: £119.95 (Ex VAT)

Ergo-Q260 12" Laptop Station

Price from: £104.95 (Ex VAT)

Ergo -Q Hybrid Laptop Stand

Price from: £109.95 (Ex VAT)

U-Top Portable Laptop Stand

Price from: £49.99 (Ex VAT)

Ergo-Q220 Laptop Station

Price from: £109.95 (Ex VAT)

Expanda Laptop Stand

Price from: £61.17 (Ex VAT)

Easy Riser Notebook Stand

Price from: £19.95 (Ex VAT)

Contour iPad and Tablet Stand

Price from: £41.66 (Ex VAT)

Laptop Plate

Price from: £54.00 (Ex VAT)

What our customers say

"Have tried a couple of other mice, looking for a vertical alignment. Some too big, or too small, or too heavy but this is so adaptable with changing angles and thumb position, I thought it would be a good one to try. Have had it a week, and having simply plugged it in (to my Mac), I have have found it really easy to use. I managed to adapt it to my needs with big hands, and need to lift and scroll (for CAD work) - so although the easing of the RSI situation will only be none in the long run (I'm not ready to stop work!), I am well satisfied."

Anonymous on the Contour Unimouse

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