Microsoft's latest 2-in-1, the Surface Pro, is a device that can easily travel with wherever you go, thanks to LTE connectivity options and an overall mobile build. However, if you're often using your Surface Pro at a desk, you might find that it could use a bit of a boost to keep your neck from seizing up, especially if you want to forego using an external monitor.
Windows Central forum member VQ1 recently created a thread asking for some suggestions when it comes to risers or stands to use with a Surface Pro and external keyboard and mouse.
VQ1 states that better posture is the main goal here, and there are already a number of suggestions posted by other forum members that include metal stands and tablet holders.
There are certainly other options, like placing your Surface Pro into a stand and going with a complete external setup, but we want to know what you suggest. Head over to the forum and help VQ1 improve their posture!
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