MOFT Laptop Stand

World’s first invisible laptop stand

#2 Product of the DayJanuary 14, 2019

MOFT is the lightest adhesive laptop stand around, tailored perfectly for mobile working. It comforts your neck and shoulders anywhere you work. MOFT is a product following “Invisible design” philosophy: unseen when attached, unfelt when worked on, unnoticed when carried. It acts as a natural, seamless appendage of your computer.

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24 Reviews4.3/5
Hunter

Not to mention that MOFT’s color options and subtle design make it so seamless a computer accessory that it’s practically invisible, while its adhesive quality means it can attach and reattach easily without ever leaving a mark.

Pros:

Weighing a mere 2.3 oz, and only 1/9” thick. So you just might forget you’re carrying MOFT around with you.

Cons:

Sometimes i fold it up, it not very flat, so if thinner will be better.

What is the price for 500pcs. hhajissacoin@gmail.com
This product is junk and has been made by other manufacturers for a very long time now. The video you made to demonstrating the MOFT laptop stand is not the quality MOFT stand that you sent to your backers. LemoreLab is scamming USA consumers and selling inferior products with great demonstration videos. Better marketing company than product design.
I really love this genius design!
Hunter
It's very easy for you to use MOFT and only takes one second to open and close it. So you won't have a frustration of spending much time on packing and unpacking the device. Plus, MOFT is always with the Laptop, so you have the same mobility you are used to.
Genius design! This certainly helps but, ideally, it would raise your laptop to optimal viewing height where the top of the screen is roughly level with your eyes, like Roost (https://www.producthunt.com/post...) or Tiny Tower (https://www.producthunt.com/post...).
@joshuapinter Agree, the concept is great, but this use case is so dependent on optimal angles. This particular angle is too high to type on the laptop keyboard, but not high enough to provide significant ergonomic benefit when viewing the screen. Deal breaker IMO.