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Logitech Alto notebook stand

Logitech Alto notebook stand

With the increased mobility market firmly in its sight, Logitech has announced the availability of the Alto notebook stand. Using a portable notebook in an office is more commonplace, and the company has set out to solve the problem of working on small keyboards at odd angles.

The Alto is a combination of a notebook riser and full-size keyboard. It elevates the laptop to eye level and offers an overall more comfortable user experience. Notebook keyboards often have non-conventional layouts, leading to input errors. The Alto features a full-size number pad and conventional key setup.

To setup unfold the unit, place the notebook on top and plug in the USB cable. When not in use, the Alto folds down to a slim and compact 237mm x 428mm x 36mm, making it easy to tuck away. The hinge on the Alto is designed to carry notebooks weighing in at maximum four kilos.

RRP: NZ$229

Distributors: Softprint, Synnex, Ingram Micro


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