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Ecomfort Home Office

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The eComfort Home Office is a notebook/laptop computer support and support for tablet computers designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabiities or arthritis. This all-in-one workstation is built for use with a tablet, netbook, small laptop, e-reader, and other small electronics. The unit can be used as a regular lapdesk for typing on a laptop or the top can be lifted off and propped at an angle for a better viewing angle for a tablet. The textured top of grips the device securely in place. The back of the lid doubles as a presentation dry-erase board for sketching out ideas or making brainstorming lists. It also serves as a smooth writing surface for signing documents. Pens, pencils, papers and other items can be stored inside. The desk includes pockets for charging cords, pens, phones, and more. It also features a magnetized stylus holder that ensures a stylus (stylus included) and prevents rolling. The interior is specifically designed to hold electronics with a padded tablet sleeve and a deep base for netbooks, small laptops and a tablet when inside a tablet case. Use the buckle to lock electronics inside the base for transit. Powerful magnets hold the lid firmly in place for carrying with a briefcase-style handle. There is also a porthole at the back for charging cords, enabling the support to be used while the device is charging. WARRANTY: One-year limited warranty.

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Price: 
59.99
as of: 
01/14/2013
Seller(s): 
Ecomfort Home Office

Sold By:

Brookstone, Inc.
Brookstone, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: customerservice@brookstone.com
Phone: 866-846-3000 or 866-576-7337
Web Address: 
http://www.brookstone.com
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Communication, Architectural Elements, Orthotics