Are you looking for the best laptop stand that will make your work more comfortable? If so, you have come to the right place.
In this article, we will give you all the information you need to know when choosing a laptop stand. We will also share tips on how to make your own DIY laptop stand at home.
We know that choosing the right laptop stand can be confusing, especially if you are not sure what kind of features to look for. That's why we created a buying guide that lists down everything that matters when looking for a good laptop stand.
There are many factors that affect your choice of a laptop stand. Some of them are:
There are many reasons why you need a laptop stand. It all depends on what you want to do with it and how often you use it. Here are some of the most common reasons why people opt for a laptop stand:
-Reduce neck and back pains while using laptops
-Make it easier to use your laptop in bed or any other place where there’s limited space
-Increase comfort and improve productivity by providing optimal viewing angles (upright and flat)
-Protect your devices from dust, liquids and other elements that may damage them -Enable you to use your laptop while standing and walking around -Save space on your desk by eliminating the need for a separate monitor stand -Keep your laptop cool by allowing air flow in between it and the surface that you place it on
If you are looking for a way to make your laptop stand at home, this article will help you find the best DIY laptop stand ideas.
DIY laptop stand ideas are a great way to save money on office furniture. It is also a good way to have a laptop stand that you can take with you anywhere in your home or office.
The materials needed for this project are:
-A piece of wood, cut to the desired size and shape
-2 L brackets
-1 tabletop or other surface to attach the stand to
-A drill with screwdriver bit
-2 wood screws
-8 washers (per bracket)
-2 galvanized bolts with nuts and washer
1. Use the tape measure to determine the length of your tabletop or other surface that you will be attaching the stand to.
2. Attach the brackets to either side of your tabletop or other surface using 2 wood screws on each bracket, and 8 washers between brackets and surface.
3. On one end of stand, use a drill with a screwdriver bit attached to install a 1/4" hole in each bracket where the bolt will go through-you should have one 1/4"— drill from the backside of the bracket so that you can attach it to the stand with a bolt.
4. Drill through a different 1/4" hole in one end of your stand using a drill bit attached to fit over the bolt that is already installed on the brackets-you should have another 1/4".
5. Bolt through two metal eyelets into each of your two holes, making sure they sit flush with surface-you should now have four metal eyelets protruding from your bracket.
6. Screw one of the metal eyelets onto each bracket, using a 1/4" screw-you should now have two screws protruding from each bracket-one on either side of the eyelet.
7. Now simply screw another metal eyelet into the remaining holes in your brackets, again making sure it sits flush with surface of the bracket-you should now have six more metal eyelets protruding from your brackets (two screws in each).
8a. Thread one end of an eyelet through the bracket, with the screw head facing away from you.
8b. Using a wrench or needle-nosed pliers, tighten the screw head down so that it is flush with surface of your bracket-this makes sure that your third eyelet is aligned properly and prevents it from slipping back out of place in between power cables.Thread one end of an eyelet through the bracket, with the screw head facing away from you.-this makes a hole in the back of the bracket-thread the other eyelet through the hole, with the screw head facing towards you.-this makes a hole in front of your bracket-thread one end of another eyelet through this new hole, making sure that it is screwed into place better than before.
Add more eyes too make longer loops if necesary.