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Digitus Ergonomic Tabletop Glass Monitor Riser

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Purchased this monitor riser for my laptop actually, but fits perfectly for a mac (13 inch), and is super easy to put together, literally just screw the legs in :) Recommend!


With the universal glass monitor elevation , you can bring your monitor to a more ergonomic working height and at the same time make room on your desk. Thanks to the hardened safety glass and anti-slip silicone feet to provide a secure stand of your monitor


  • Riot space of 56×21cm
  • Material: Tempered glass, aluminium and plastic
  • Height: 8cm

F* or most monitors from 33"(13") to 81cm (32")

  • Weight: 1.51kg
  • Dimensions: 560×210×80mm
  • Maximum load capacity: 20kg
Release date NZ
February 21st, 2019
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