The TabletRiser from Bakker Elkhuizen is an all-in-one tablet stand and carry-case that can be used to convert a tablet into a full workstation. When placed on a desk or table, the stand elevates the tablet to a more suitable and ergonomic height for prolonged usage, whether in landscape or portrait mode, and allows the viewing angle to be adjusted along a continuous range for optimal positioning and elimination of glare. Secured to the stand via a slim magnetic pad that adheres to the rear of the tablet, the device can be rotated a full 360 ° while in use, and removed as desired. A convenient compartment provides storage for a compact keyboard to facilitate more efficient and productive data entry.
Constructed of anodized aluminum for rigidity and durability, when not in use the TabletRiser folds up to become a sleek, protective carry-case, complete with handle. This allows both tablet and keyboard to be stored together and safely transported. Included is a pad to protect the screen and that can also serve as a palm rest or mouse pad. The TabletRiser will accommodate any standard tablet up to 10.5".
Reduces Potential for Neck Strain - Because the tablet can be elevated several inches above the desk surface the degree of bending of the neck can be significantly reduced. As well, because the angle is adjustable the tablet can be further adjusted to optimize viewing for those of varying heights.
Innovative Multi-Purpose Design: The TabletRiser is highly functional, providing storage for both a tablet as well as a keyboard to optimize data entry. The range of elevation and angle adjustments mean that individuals are able to effortlessly adjust the tablet for optimum viewing.
Durable Aluminum Construction: The TabletRiser is constructed of Aluminum, resulting in a highly protective case to protect both tablet and keyboard
Convenient Carry Handle: When closed the TabletRiser features a convenient carry handle that makes transport much simpler than traditional tablet stands.
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TabletRiser with tablet in landscape mode with keyboard
TabletRiser with tablet in portrait mode with keyboard