For the Laptop
Our Guide to Laptop Stands and Accessories.
Laptop use is one of the main contributors to upper back, neck and shoulder pain. When placed on the desktop it forces the user to drop the head into very strained position. When the head is down, the muscles in the back of the neck are strained, and the vertebrae in the cervical spine are pinched generally causing disc compression. If we can simply elevate the viewing screen so that the head is correctly balanced and the spine allowed to retain its natural posture, we can avoid many of the more common injuries associated with this.
We have a large range of laptop stands, some of which are portable (Flextop 2), and some which work best if the stand is to stay at one desk at all times (ErgoNote), but all tend to have some level of height adjustment to suit individual requirements.
We also offer a range of laptop bags and trolley cases, designed to reduce strain when taking your laptop between meetings, and to and from work. Those that offer the most variation allow you to both wheel the bag on castors, or carry on your back like a backpack, such as the Port Design Manhattan Roller BackPack.
page 1 of 1
page 1 of 1