Making your workspace efficient can be both tricky and costly. A monitor or laptop riser is essential for your desk, and today you can nab this AmazonBasics Monitor and Laptop Riser for only $7.91. It's a great pick if you're on the hunt for a way to maximize your desk space, and today's price marks the lowest it's ever reached too. You can get free shipping by either using Amazon Prime or by spending at least $25. This stand regularly sells for as much as $17, though it's been recently dropping in price the past month or so.
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This monitor stand raises monitors or laptops up just over four inches, which should make your workspace more ergonomic. No more craning your neck at an awkward angle for eight hours per day! It's constructed of metal with a durable enamel coating. The design should help dissipate any heat that your laptop may generate as well. The stand is capable of supporting up to 40 pounds, so even heavy monitors will be covered. It measures about 11"x15"x4". There's also room underneath the stand where you can store other items. Some reviewers mention using the riser as a shelf and storing consoles or printers underneath. Speaking of reviews, they're positive, with over 800 customer testimonials leaving the riser 4.6 out of 5 stars on average. Amazon includes a one-year warranty with your purchase as well.
This isn't the only office-friendly product AmazonBasics makes. From pens and notebooks to staplers, trash cans, office chairs, and much more, consider browsing the full selection. Every item is affordable, and some are even on sale as of press time. All of the goodies come with a warranty as well which isn't something you'd typically find on daily-use items. As one example, this inexpensive mouse pad might be another worthwhile addition to your setup.
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