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I'm looking for a new lapdesk for my 17 inch Macbook pro. Something that's comfortable and balances the laptop well.

I was thinking of the LapGear Multi-Purpose Jumbo LapDesk or a Belkin CushTop stand but I've heard mixed things about each of them. I probably wouldn't be carrying them around a lot. I probably wouldn't want to pay anymore than $25.
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Have a look at Amazon.com: Grifiti Deck 17 Lap Desk for Apple Macbook Pro 17, Laptops, Notebooks, Keyboard Platform for Standard Keyboards, Ipads, and Writing: Computers & Accessories or iLap Laptop Stand - intro

Just what i found as i have never needed a LapDesk type thing with my 13" MBP


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I bought one at Best Buy several yrs ago. The brand is "Lapdesk" and for a 15" and it was about $15. Has cushion underneath and a nice, sturdy plastic top. Even has a handle cutout. Don't spend too much on a lapdesk.

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