While laptops are great for when you’re on the go, more often than not, when you’re using them at home on your desk, your other peripherals might overshadow your laptop. A lot of people prefer having a docking station for their laptops at home where they can connect it to an external monitor and some peripherals and be good to go.
In this article, we’re going over the top seven vertical laptop stands you can buy right now.
Oakywood Dual Laptop vertical stand
Brand: Oakywood | Price: $69.00
If you’re looking for something premium that’ll add to the overall aesthetic of your desk, especially if you’ve got a wooden one, This wooden stand which has been handcrafted and hand-polished in Poland to attain its looks, might be the perfect thing for you.
The price is a bit steep compared to other stands on this list, but when you consider the overall aesthetics, build quality and the fact that the stand can take two laptops or devices up to 2cm thick, the tag seems justifiable.
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Naisi Paper Products vertical laptop stand
Brand: Naisi Paper Products | Price: $26.99
The brand name might not sound like much at first, but this is a seriously well-made triple slot vertical stand that can take just about every laptop you’d want in there.
You can slot in up to three devices between 12mm to 38mm in there. The whole thing is made from anodized aluminium and gets anti-slip feet so that it doesn’t move around when you’re putting your laptops in or taking them out.
Plant55 vertical laptop stand
Brand: Plant55 | Price: $21.99
If you’re looking for a simple, elegant vertical stand for your MacBook or any other slim laptop you might have, this one’s for you. This single-slot laptop stand can accommodate laptops between 14-64mm and comes in a matte all-black finish.
The stand itself is made of aluminium allow and comes with silicone non-slip pads to stay in one place.
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Nukoi SpaceMax vertical laptop stand
Brand: Nukoi | Price: $24.99
This laptop stand from Nukoi comes with two slots for laptops and two other slots for smaller gadgets like phones or tablets. The stand comes in two matte finishes — black and silver and are made from an aluminium alloy.
The slots are also adjustable, accommodating laptops from 0.6-inches to 1.6-inch thick, covering just about every modern laptop. There is an anti-skid coating on the inside in the grooves where your laptop sits and under the stand for stability.
Jarlink vertical laptop stand
Brand: Jarlink | Price: $19.99
The stand comes in three different finishes — black, grey and silver and can take one laptop alongwith two smaller gadgets such as a phone or tablet on either side. You can fit in laptops from 22mm to 70mm in here. There’s an adjustable screw at the back that lets you clamp down the slot to the perfect size.
The stand itself is made of anodized aluminium and has silicone anti-slip pads inside and outside to prevent it from sliding. This is also one of the cheapest stands on this list.
Omoton vertical laptop stand
Brand: Omoton | Price: $23.99
Just like the one before, this one also holds one laptop and two smaller devices. However, it has a slightly larger footprint, good use of silicone coverings and overall better build quality. It’s also heavier, making the stand less prone to fall over.
You can fit in laptops from 12mm to 55mm here, which covers just about every major manufacturer.
Jedia vertical laptop stand
Brand: Jedia | Price: $22.99
If you’re looking for a sturdy, good looking stand that’ll hold one laptop without any fancy bells and whistles, look no further. The stand comes in five different colours, including white and rose gold, is made from anodized aluminium and can take laptops up to 17mm thick.
The stand has a glossy finish with healthy doses of silicone coverings on the edges to keep your laptop from getting scratches.
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