If you spend long hours in front of your laptop, you probably experience some tensional pain in your neck, shoulders and back. To fix these issues you can get a laptop stand – there’s plenty of them on the market. However, it’s hard to find one that doesn’t suck in one way or another. The height-adjustable Tiny Tower ($70) seems to be different, boasting a solid construction, portable size, and most importantly a satisfying user experience.
Made of strong, lightweight aluminum and precision machined, anodized parts, the stand is both stable and good looking. It can hold up to 15-inch laptops, and its push-button mechanism allows you to pick from 10 different height levels to properly adjust it to your eye-line, while a folding design makes the Tiny Tower flat in seconds for effortless portability. Protective sleeve included.