Back Ache a Common Problem at Home or in the Office?
With a large proportion of us spending the majority of our day using computers, there has been numerous medical claims of links to health conditions such as back aches, neck pain and pain in the wrists and fingers due to people positioning themselves incorrectly for computer use and being awkwardly stooped over their desk for too long.
More and more people are now choosing laptops for use in the office or home. However, these type of computers were not designed for continuous use at a desk and potentially lead to more damaging body positioning during use due to their lower height compared to a desktop.
Make a Stand with Hama
With this Hama black laptop stand you can help to rectify this issue and improve your positioning as your laptop can be raised up at an 7-step adjustable angle from 0-20
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