Ergonomic working from home? Start with a laptop stand

If you don't have a vital job that requires you to be present on-site, you've probably been working from home for a few weeks. The office normally has everything ready for you. And you slide right into your workplace in the morning. At home, this may not be so easy. In a short period of time you had to transform a space in your home into a workplace with the resources you have at home. If you don't have an ergonomic workplace, you might start to notice minor aches and pains in your body right now. But what exactly fits an ergonomic home workplace? One component that should not be missing, in any case, is a laptop stand.

Our flexible R-Go Riser laptop stand

An upright posture is important for your body. With an ergonomic home workplace you can work comfortably and prevent complaints to your neck, shoulders or wrists. The flexible R-Go Riser laptop stands ensure an upright sitting position. With an ergonomic laptop stand you can place the screen right in front of your body with the top of the screen at eye level. The R-Go Riser can be set in five different heights.



The laptop stand weighs almost nothing, is flexible and thin. Hence you can easily store it when you are done working. For example, you can turn your workplace back into a dining table in no time.

Of course, you're not there yet with just a laptop stand. You can complete your workplace with an ergonomic mouse and keyboard. Our products offer a unique combination of ergonomics, affordability, sustainability and design


Creating an ergonomic home workplace?

Don't you have an ergonomic home office yet? Or do you doubt whether your workplace is healthy? Check our website for tips to create your own ergonomic workplace.


Extra tip:

Are you already using an ergonomic laptop stand and our other ergonomic products? Then you can make working even more pleasant for your body by changing your posture every 10 minutes. Take time to relax and stretch your muscles. Regularly alternate sitting with standing and walking.

Your body will thank you!

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