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Lapworks Attaché Laptop Stand Review

Propane    -   March 11, 2008
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Closer Look:

To get the Lapworks Attaché to the various heights, a small piece of plastic acts as a second leg to prop up the back end of the Attaché. This results in a very sturdy solution that allows the cooler to be varied in height depending on how you wish to use it. The lowest height is used to make keyboard use more ergonomic and comfortable while the upper heights can be used to make screen viewing easier. Lapworks recommends using the upper heights only with an external keyboard and mouse, however.

To get the support to change heights, a small button is on the side which, when depressed, releases a locking mechanism used to keep the Attaché from slipping in height. The button is very easy to press and does a great job keeping the Attaché at the height that you choose. Also, to keep the laptop from slipping, I mentioned the use of two feet that can be folded out. All these feet do is fold out 90 degrees but are essential to the use of the Attaché Laptop Stand

Finally, you can see the way that the fans get power and the USB hub. These items are located in the rear left corner of the Attaché. To get power, an included USB cord is used to go from the normal sized USB port in your computer to the mini USB port on the Attaché. Then, a switch can be used to turn the fans on and off and a small LED signifies if it is receiving power or not.

So now that we have taken a good look at the Lapworks Attaché, lets see how installing it goes and take a look the specifications!




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (Continued)
  3. Installation & Specifications
  4. Testing
  5. Conclusion
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