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Rain Design iLevel 14" Laptop Stand

B&H # RAIL14 Mfr # 10031
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The iLevel 14" Laptop Stand from Rain Design is an adjustable-height notebook stand designed for use with the Apple MacBook Pro or PowerBook G4 series of computers. The stand allows you to bring your notebook screen to eye-level on your desk and requires you to have an external keyboard and mouse for your notebook to use comfortably. This is a great option for anyone who uses their notebook as their primary computer and would like better ergonomics when working at their desk.

Notebook Compatibility
The iLevel 14" is designed for use with the MacBook 13", MacBook Pro 15" and 17", iBook 14" and other 14", 15" and 17" laptops that are 5 pounds or heavier. You can use the stand with notebooks that don't meet the minimum weight requirement, but you won't be able to adjust the height below 7" elevation with them.
Ergonomic Design
The stand features an ergonomic design that brings your notebook screen to eye level. The stand sits on a turntable that allows you to easily adjust its angle when working in groups.
Cooling Design
The stand features a tilt design that lets heat escape from your notebook. This improves cooling and helps to prolong the life of your computer.
Keyboard Storage
When you're not using the stand you can quickly stow your keyboard in the back of the stand. This helps to reduce clutter on your desk.
Dimensions 10.9 x 5-7 x 8.5" (27.6 x 12.7-17.8 x 21.3 cm)
Weight 8.4 lb (3.8 kg)
Rain Design iLevel 14" Laptop Stand
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