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In The Office - Notebook Stands

Some kind of notebook stand is definitely worth considering, especially if you're planning on still using the integrated screen on your notebook. A good notebook stand will raise and angle your notebook, allowing you to achieve the ideal viewing angle using the built-in screen. It also makes using the notebook screen in conjunction with an external monitor far more ergonomically friendly.
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A notebook stand like the Port Ergostation will improve the viewing angle of your notebook screen.

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The Port Ergostation for instance, offers a wide range of angle and height adjustability to the notebook user, while also throwing a powered USB hub into the equation. Andy has been using one of these on his desk for some time now, and has found it to be an invaluable tool, allowing him to comfortably view his notebook screen as well as his external 24in monitor.

If you're looking for a little more integration and functionality from your notebook stand, then the Logitech Alto Cordless Notebook Stand should fit the bill. Like the Port Ergostation, the Alto allows the user to angle their notebook in order to achieve the best view of the screen. However, the Alto also ships with a wireless keyboard in the box, the receiver for which is built into the stand.
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The Logitech Alto gives positions your notebook at the optimum angle, while also offering an integrated wireless keyboard.

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The in-built receiver is also compatible with any of Logitech's wireless mice, offering the potential of a highly integrated, not to mention tidy desktop. The Alto also has a built-in USB hub, so you can keep things like your iPod dock or pocket PC cable hooked up, without the need to plug and unplug them whenever you connect or disconnect your notebook.

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