Raise your productivity by raising your laptop to your eye level. Adjustable angle puts your laptop screen at the optimal viewing level. Stabilizing front edge prevents laptop from sliding off stand.
Fellowes Laptop Riser - Black/Silver is rated1.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 bymoose33 from something is missingI purchased this laptop riser because I needed a platform for my Dell laptop which INCLUDED a ventilated platform since all laptops have incredibly poor clearance from the flat surface on which they are set - i.e., they all overheat unless ventilation from below is adequate.There is NO ventilation on the flat surface of this Fellowes laptop riser and I'm wondering how much (or little) thought went into its design. I am returning this riser to Amazon and ordering one that has been thoughtfully designed to keep my laptop from overheating - possibly a "Designer Suites Laptop Riser" or a "Laptop Cool Riser".
Date published: 2015-07-22T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 byBubby from Fellowes Laptop Riser # 8032001The 80320 Does not hold a Dell Laptop 5720 (17R Notebook). In fact Fellowes does not have a riser that has a 1" "lip" required to hold my Dell to PC securely and prevent it from sliding off the riser. While trying to open my Dell 17R Laptop, the 80320 riser collaped because the "lock" mechanism does not lock securely! The slighest movement makes this riser unstable. The two small stops at the forward end that prevents the upper portion of the riser from moving forward are too short in length and too small in diameter. This model is definitely for a lighter PC and one that is much thinner than a Dell 5720 Inspiron bottom half which is 1" high.The better model for the weight on my Dell PC is a #80384 but needs modification to the front physicall stop which is only approximately 0.4" high. Luckily I had a scrap piece of 1/4" thick clear plexiglass and cut a 1" wide stip by approximately 8" long and fastened it using 3, small beveled head (countersink) type screws. This was a tedious fix and I had the hardware - drills, countersink tool and various other small tools to complete the job. I fastened the plexiglass to the existing 0.4" high lip using three screws. I could send a photo to those interested. As a retired mechanical engineer this was not too large a challenge but again tedious and requiring some special hand tools. And very time sensitive. It is NOT a 15 minute job!!!!Fellowes is missing an opportunity here especially for DELL PC's that are larger and heavier than some PC Laptop competitors. It is an "easy" fix but obviously requires retooling for their molding process.