【Broad Compatibility】 Nulaxy C3 Laptop Stand is compatible with all laptops from 10-15 6 inches such as MacBook 12/ 13 MacBook Air 13 Macbook Pro 13/ 15 Google Pixelbook Dell XPS HP ASUS Lenovo ThinkPad Acer Chromebook and other notebook PC computer sizes between in 10-15 6 inches Note IT IS NOT DESIGNED for 17” LAPTOP but (ASIN B077B9W343) is perfect for 10-17 3'' Laptops
【Ergonomic Riser】 The MacBook stand works as a raiser to elevate the laptop screen to 6’’ for a perfect eye level fixes your posture and help to reduce neck pain back pain and eye strain Creating extra space and to work more ergonomically Note You may feel the stand wobbling while you are typing on laptop keyboard we strongly recommend to use this stand with an external Bluetooth Keyboard and mouse )
【Sturdy amp; Protective】 The laptop computer stand is made of premium 5mm aluminum alloy which is quite sturdy supports up to 22lbs (10kg) weight on top with large rubber pads on the top surface to hold your laptop stable in place and maximum protect your device from any scratches and sliding
【Detachable amp; Simple Installation】 This computer stand for laptop can be conveniently disassembled into 3 parts for compact storage You can easily reassemble it again with one step installation
【Heat Dissipation】 Aluminum alloy material acts as thermal pads to helps the cooling your laptop The forward-tilt angle and open design offers great ventilation and airflow to prevent your notebook from overheating
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