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Matias Irizer Portable Ergonomic Laptop Stand

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The Matias iRizer Portable Ergonomic Laptop Stand is a notebook/laptop computer support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other upper extremity disabilities. The unit helps prevent neck and wrist pain by raising the laptop keyboard and screen to a more comfortable angle for typing. It also allows air to circulate freely under the laptop, so it runs cooler and quieter. The stand fits virtually any laptop. It adjusts to four heights and can be set at an angle of 20, 30, 40, or 50 degrees. The unit has two slim acrylic plates that stack together for storage in a notebook bag. The unit comes with a MiniRizer, a credit-card sized version that can be used as a stand for an iPod, iPhone, cellphone, or business cards. It also comes with carrying sleeves and an instruction card. DIMENSIONS: When folded flat the unit is 11.42 x 8.92 x 0.55 inches. The stand height adjusts from 2.25 to 6.5 inches. WEIGHT: 1.5 pounds.

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Price: 
39.95
as of: 
12/28/2009
Matias Irizer Portable Ergonomic Laptop Stand

Made By:

Matias Corporation
Matias Corporation Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
221 Narinia Crescent
L3X 2E1 Newmarket , ON Canada
Email address: info@matias.ca
Phone: 888-663-4263
Ontario CA
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
905-265-8844
Web Address: 
http://www.matias.ca
Tags: 
Computers

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Infogrip, Inc.
Infogrip, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
1899 East Main Street
93001 Ventura , CA United States
Email address: info@infogrip.com
Phone: 800-397-0921
Fax: 805-652-0880
California US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
805-652-0770
Web Address: 
http://www.infogrip.com
Tags: 
Computers
 
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