Finally found a good stand

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    For FaceTime, portrait or landscape, and for just£9.99 it claims to hold my laptop too, but I would not risk it, it says 12 pounds, so would be ok for a small laptop or a netbook. Now just got to find a quality screen protector :)

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    Sorry about the typos !

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    Picture?

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    Do you have a link or the name of the stand?
     
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    Yes here it is

    [ame]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Universal-Foldable-Notebooks-Laptops-Netbooks/dp/B003SEDVBU/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1305440765&sr=8-4[/ame]

    Very sturdy.

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    I use it in portrait mode for FaceTime, and landscape for normal use. The rear leg and both front ones are fully adjustable. If you have a smallish laptop, it will work with that to. My 17" Toshiba is just a tad heavy for it. They say any laptop weighing 12 pounds or less.

    Overall, a great buy. Makes up for the rubbish screen protector I got Thursday. I'm going to have to part with a lot more cash for a decent one:)

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    Great review! All for £9 ? I just use pillows and the original apple cover but I know where to go to now!

    I don't have a screen protector, just keep it in it's cover and treat it like a baby. Clean it when it gets smudges. No scratches yet. I've heard all the reasons why I should, but I just don't want to. Risk taker me!

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    I'm not sure it really is a risk ( unless you drop something on it) I keep mine in it's leather case, with an anti static cloth over the screen. Clean it after each use, and try not to use it whilst munching biscuits! The zagg. Stuff is meant to be the best, but you really pay for it.

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    It looks great! Thanks for posting.
     

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