As much as we hate to admit it a large part of our lives is spent taming the digital beast. Phone, tablet, laptop – they have all become essential work and social tools.
Rocking a tablet back and forth like a newborn baby whilst surfing the internet can get tedious but laptops are a whole different beast. The whirring fan, the warmed up groin area from resting it on the midriff, the workplace hours spent adjusting the angle of your screen – enough now, get yourself a blerrie T8 Laptop Table and you’re sorted for every scenario.
Made from lightweight aluminium, the T8 table stops laptops from overheating with USB powered fans as well as being adjustable to various positions, ensuring that computer users are comfortable. Available in a set of one or two tables and featuring a super handy ‘mouse table’, the T8 Table makes tapping away at the keyboard all the more bearable.
What you need to know:
Desk: with mouse table and USB fans
Model Number: T8
Opening size: 42 x 28 x 48cm
Folding size: 49 x 28 x 5cm
Max weight bearing: 15kgs
Suitable for laptops 17” or smaller
Also just by the by best you take a gander at the Digital Measuring Cup while you’re in the vicinity. The measuring cup makes life easier in the kitchen with the ability to measure weight and volume at the same time and features an LCD display. With precise strain gauge sensor technology and a small size that’s easy to store and clean, this measuring cup is a must for any kitchen. From R349 (35% off, free delivery) the Cups come in green, purple or black and take the hassle out of kitchen measurements.
Good ‘ol technology, the less thinking we have to do the better.
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