If you’re someone who sits at your laptop all day, it can bring strain to your laptop looking down at your laptop’s screen. That’s where something like the Moft Laptop Stand can come in handy.

The Moft Laptop Stand attaches to the bottom of your laptop, so long as it’s 11.6 to 15.6-inches and no air vents on the bottom and up to 18 pounds. I used the Moft Laptop Stand my MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina Display (Late 2013).

The stand is made from polyurethane, fibreglass and has removable glue, so you can easily adjust the stand on your laptop. It’s also scratch proof and offers spill and heat protection.

The laptop stand has 2 height adjust options and 2 and 3 inches. The two heights help raise your laptop higher so your screen is at eye height. For the most part, the Moft Laptop Stand was fairly sturdy when raised but there were a few times when adjusting my laptop’s screen back and the whole laptop would bend back.

The Moft Laptop Stand was designed to be used on a flat surface like a desk but since it’s attached to your laptop, you have a laptop stand wherever you go.

When not in use, the stand has built-in magnets to help keep it closed but there were some times when it wouldn’t close.

The Moft Laptop Stand is available now from the company’s website for $24.99 USD and comes in multiple colours, Space Grey, Silver, Rose Gold, Gold and Jean Grey. Moft also offers a double pack of laptop stand and also a version of their stand that is non-adhesive.

Pros

  • Easy to install
  • Inexpensive
  • Slim profile
  • Helpful for relieving neck strain
  • Two height adjustments

Cons

  • The laptop can slightly wobbles when the stand is raised
  • Built-in magnets don’t always keep stand folded

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