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Matias iFold

Notebook stand - black
Notebook stand - black
Part Number: 14448780
Manufacturer: Matias
Manufacturer PN: IF102
UNSPSC: 43211613
Category: Notebook & Tablet PC Accessories
The iFold raises your laptop to monitor height, giving you desktop computer comfort, without sacrificing the mobile convenience of a laptop. Simply plug in a separate keyboard and mouse to alleviate neck and wrist pain.

Made from the highest grade of acrylic, and embedded with chromed zinc alloy hinges, the iFold will look great in your home, office, or studio.

With its sleek "open air" design, the iFold keeps your laptop cool and quiet. Air circulates freely underneath, allowing your computer to run much cooler, and with a lot less noise from the fan switching on. Your battery will last longer and it may even extend the life of your computer.

Non-slip rubber pads on the iFold keep your computer securely in place.

When folded flat, the iFold makes a great cooling pad. If your notebook runs too hot to use on your lap, simply slide the iFold under it. Rubber pads hold your computer safely in place, while air passes freely underneath, keeping your laptop and your lap cool.

Your laptop is portable. Your stand should be too. The iFold's innovative folding mechanism allows it to fold completely flat, so that it easily fits into your notebook bag.

The iFold leaves all ports and slots on your computer accessible and free from obstruction. Whether your CD/DVD drive is on the front or the side, the iFold is ideal for your laptop.

 

Key Selling Points

  • Portable stand for your laptop
  • Work in comfort with your laptop raised to eye level
  • Use with a separate keyboard and mouse to eliminate neck and wrist pain
  • Folds flat to fit in your laptop bag

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