Of all of the laptops stands that I have ever used the coolest was from Aviiq. The company is on hand at CeBIT 2011 and is showing off a new line of portable accessories and gear to make working on the road easier with your notebook, iPad and other devices.
Aviiq has a new Portable Quick Stand that weighs less than 3.5 ounces and is only 3/8 of an inch thick when folded. The device lifts the screen of your notebook up for easier typing and a better view. The stand supports notebooks up to 17-inchs and comes in green, pink, blue, and black colors. The company is also showing off a new portable case stand for the iPad that has a stand integrated into the back of the aluminum shell case that will prop the tablet at two heights. One height is for watching video and the other is much lower for typing.
Aviiq also has a new Portable USB Charging Station that has a 3+1 USB hub inside and an external pocket on the zipper case the works is packed in. The device is able to charge up to three USB devices at one time and one of the ports is a data port to allow sync operations. That cool laptop stand that I mentioned before is the Aviiq Portable Laptop Stand.
The company is unveiling new colors at CeBIT and they have the same cool design and features as the aluminum original the stand is only a quarter of an inch thick when folded making it very portable. It will lift the screen of the notebook up to 12-degrees and now comes in satin silver, satin titanium, satin black, and satin white colors.
The Portable Quick Stand ($39.99), Portable Case Stand for iPad ($59.99), USB Charging Station ($99.99), Original Portable Laptop Stand ($59.99) and the new shades of the Portable Laptop Stand ($79.99) are all available this month and will be offered directly from the Aviiq website.
“AViiQ products empower the on-the-go user with solutions that deliver optimal protection, ergonomics, and power for their mobile devices,” said Alan Yeung, Director of Marketing for AViiQ. “We eliminate hassles the power traveler encounters so they can focus on what’s important.”