Admittedly, it’s pretty tiring to hold onto your laptop. Your body locks up in order to keep your computer steady. This is not healthy for your joints as you want to be able to keep the blood flowing as much as possible. Laptops also heat up on your lap, which brings general discomfort, and they can fall easily to the floor if you aren’t careful.
There are many health issues that come along with using a laptop. Your back is perpetually hunched over, your neck becomes sore, and your hands are placed in a position that hurts your forearms. If this sounds like your average workday, do yourself a favor and take a step back.
The LX Desk Mount Notebook Arm and the LX Wall Mount Notebook Arm are great ways of making your laptop ergonomic. Both these products combine a notebook arm, and a tray to hold the laptop. You can place the mount right next to your favorite chair or in an unused corner of your home and it will not only work nicely for your health, it will save space as well.
The Ergotron Workfit-P can convert your work area into a sit-stand workstation. A 20 inch height adjustment on the arm allows you to go between sitting and standing with ease.
With the amount of money that you spend on your laptop you could also spend a little more money to make it ergonomic.
You can even lie down in bed in a healthy position, without a sore neck or back, as your laptop is mounted on an arm.
What you are seeing below is a unique solution, a combination of a long reach wall mounting arm, Innovative 9199 and a laptop holder, Innovative EVO5501 Tablet/Laptop Holder with a 8336-QR Quick Release Bracket, which facilitates quick mounting and dismounting of the laptop. With a 45″ horizontal reach, this combination is useful in a variety of circumstances.
You’ll be able to stay in bed while using your laptop in a safe position. This is extremely useful for hospital patients who are confined to bed but can still work. As well, with a large group of the American population aging, many senior citizens, now technologically inclined, will want to continue using their computers for all their daily needs, possibly from bed.