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    Standivarius Aero laptop stand is thin and very lightweight

    Standivarius Aero laptop stand is thin and very lightweight

    Standivarius has a new laptop stand that is crazy thin and light making it very portable. The stand is called the Aero, weighs only 135g, and is 2.5mm thick when folded. The thin stand promises to be set up and ready to sue in two seconds.

    The Aero can be attached to the bottom of your notebook so you always have the stand when you need it. It appears that some sort of hook and loop closure material is used to secure the Aero to the bottom of the notebook.

    Aero has three elevation adjustments for a comfortable height when working. The very thin profile when folded should mean that you can still fit your notebook easily into a bag or sleeve without needing to remove the Aero stand. The Aero sells for $54.

    Via: SlashGear

    Published on July 26,2010

    David Novak
    David Novak
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