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Work in comfort anywhere with this superior laptop stand for under $20

By Pocketnow Digital Offers June 17, 2019, 5:00 am

Tired of hunching over the computer screen all day? Ensure that you can work in comfort anywhere with the MOFT: The “Invisible” Laptop Stand. Light as a pen and slim as coin, the MOFT is extremely portable and easy to set up!

This is the lightest adhesive laptop stand on the market. It’s designed specifically for every road warrior to work in comfort. Soon, the MOFT will become a seamless appendage for your laptop that follows you everywhere. Capable of holding up to 18 lbs, this laptop stand works ideally for all laptops.

Get the MOFT: The “Invisible” Laptop Stand today while it’s 16% off the original price. That brings your total down to just $19.99!



MOFT: The “Invisible” Laptop Stand – $19.99

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