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Create a Desk Anywhere with These Notebook Tables

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Your student isn’t always going to have — or need — a dedicated desk to work at, especially if they’re trying to be mobile and work in the living room or bedroom. A notebook table makes working from any room easier. They’re compact, relatively portable and still provide a sturdy and stable surface where students can work.

This notebook table is available in two finishes: American cherry and honeydew. You can adjust the desk angle, and there’s a built-in ledge to keep items from falling.

This stand is built from a durable aluminum alloy. A nice feature with this notebook table is that there’s built-in storage for an additional keyboard, and the frame allows for ventilation.

As is common with notebook tables like this, you also get built-in storage for other tech gear like a keyboard or mouse. It’s available in three colors: silver, space gray and gold.

You can choose from three colors with this notebook table. This stand is compatible with laptops as large as 17 inches wide, giving you a great deal of versatility.

Expert Commentary

A portable and tilting notebook table can help students make the most out of their notebooks or laptops without hurting their posture. It can convert into a bed desk, couch desk or desk riser while keeping your student’s device in place and well-ventilated. Choose between height-adjustable units and fixed units with a clean and modern look.

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