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Logitech's Portable Lapdesk N315 takes a stand against carpal tunnel syndrome

Darren Murph
September 15, 2009
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It's no CushionSpeaker, but Logitech's $30 Portable Lapdesk N315 is just as curious and probably as useful. Designed to help those sick and tired of mousing about on the built-in trackpad, this laptop table is engineered to grip tightly to machines 15-inches and smaller and provide a pull-out tray that doubles as a mousepad. It's like having a desk, but on your couch. Get it? Get it?

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