Just like when I reported on the Moleskine Smart Writing Set, it is difficult for me to report on the Roost Laptop Stand, a Portable, Lightweight, Adjustable, Ergonomic Stand without comparing it to the iFold from Matias. I believe that I used as many descriptors that I could at the beginning, and this image should show you what it is.
As you can see, it is one of these devices that removes “the old painful laptop hunch”. You can see that the laptop screen is at the level of your eye instead of a little below it.
Now, the things that make products like this work is how simple that they fold up. I had to admit with the iFold is that I always had to look at the picture to see how it unfolds. This one actually folds up to something that looks like two windshield wipers into something that has only length and not length and width like the iFold.
It folds into a small 1 x 1 x 13 inch mass that weighs about 5.8 ounces. It unfolds by just pulling it apart, and it took a while before I got the knack of it. The Roost Stand is also able to adjust to 3 height settings to math the screen height to the user’s eye level.
The laptop comes in this place where there are some little adjustable hook things to hold it in. What is also interesting is how the user can literally tilt the laptop while in the Roost Laptop Stand, and it won’t fall out. So if you are worried about the laptop accidentally just falling out, that won’t happen.
So, if you are interested in getting this Roost Laptop Stand for yourself, you can get it on The Roost Stand website for about $74.95.