Atdec Notebook Tray Frees Up Space

Written by Mendelson Tiu     11/11/2009 | 05:31 | Category: MOUNTING SOLUTIONS

Atdec today unveiled a notebook tray that raises your notebook and puts it at a comfortable ergonomic angle.

Atdec Notebook Tray Frees Up Space


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The new Visidec Focus Notebook Tray can be used as a single notebook stand or in a double arm configuration that accommodates a second monitor or TV screen. It can be configured accordingly, with the tray being able to hold all types of notebooks and netbooks up to 18-inches with a maximum weight of 8kg. The non-slip tray has a tilt range of 25°, a height adjustment range of 345mm, and a maximum arm reach of 421mm.

It comes complete with all hardware, including bolt through and desk clamp options to meet any mounting situation. Advanced cable management and touch fastener clamps are also included.

Atdec's Director, Jerome Green said, "The growth in netbook and notebook sales has created great demand for a simple solution that easily integrates laptops into a space-saving and ergonomic workspace.  The new Notebook Tray is part of our ongoing commitment to providing a complete suite of advanced and stylish mounting solutions for all kinds of displays from notebooks to TVs and monitors of all shapes and sizes."

Atdec's Visidec Focus Notebook Tray will be available in the following configurations:
VF-AT-NP - Notebook Tray ($249)
VF-AT-NK - Notebook Accessory ($199), for the current users of Focus monitor arms VF-AT +
VF-AT-NP - Visidec Focus single articulated arm + Visidec Focus Notebook Tray, for dual screen support ($349)


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