Introduction: Bedside Notebook Hub

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An easy way to avoid uncomfortable heat coming from my laptop. And It didn't cost me anything!

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dianaw (author)2010-11-18

this is fantastic, but I don't know what you used or how you put it together.
Anything to add?

modio (author)2006-04-10

um, wha?

kinetic_elite (author)modio2006-04-11

no rubberbands or cardboard needed! :o)

EpicZombie (author)kinetic_elite2010-04-24

that does not help.

kinetic_elite (author)EpicZombie2010-04-29

> agree. what are you supposed to do?? PLEASE REPLY

Not overheat your laptop, by allowing adequate  ventilation.

EpicZombie (author)modio2010-04-11

i agree. what are you supposed to do?? PLEASE REPLY

BikerSco (author)2006-09-24

I like this, keep it simple. I could do with something like this, thats if I could make space for it. Really need somewhere to store all these old HD's and ancient computers ;)

ironsmiter (author)2006-05-16

suppose it'll work pretty nicely... but what kinda stuff you keeping in that rubermaid container that's heavy enough to keep the table from tipping?

kinetic_elite (author)ironsmiter2006-08-23

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whydobirds (author)2006-08-12

i totally need something like this, though i have a different idea. I was thinking of using a wired in/out-box unit flipped upside down to create a ventilated area that lifts the computer about 3-4 inches off the table, so you can use a desk, the ground, your bed. i'll show it when i get my hands on it

enero (author)2006-04-10

Mmmmm....slothy goodness.

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