Find Comfort In Your Work with the Couchmaster® CYWORX

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Do you find yourself hunching over your lap desk? Or it may not have enough space for everything you need?

Maybe you’re using a cushion, completely overheating your laptop and you are searching the market for the best lap desk. The Couchmaster® CYWORX may be the best option for you. The Couchmaster® CYWORX is a premium choice for any new lap desk purchased for anyone working or studying from home. What makes this particular lap desk more ideal than others, is that the Couchmaster® CYWORX has a ventilation grille cut into the bamboo desk portion. This grille will allow your system to continuously cool down, rather than overheating on a flat desk or a cushion, which will help prolong the life of your device. As well as keeping your device well ventilated, the Couchmaster® CYWORX has many benefits that will make it your next lap desk of choice.

Key Features

It can fit more than just your laptop. With a holder made specifically for your tablet device as well as an extra-large mouse pad for space, you won't feel like your devices are sitting on top of each other and you can effectively work.

With the padding underneath each side of the lap desk, you have comfortable wrist pads for when you are constantly working hard.

Due to the design, you can comfortably sit back on your couch with your back relaxed and still work effectively, whereas a typical and generic lap desk makes you hunched over and can cause back issues. In choosing the Couchmaster® CYWORX , you are limiting that possibility.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Many of us tend to be on our devices uncomfortably while sitting on our couches, however, in deciding on the Couchmaster® CYWORX over another lap desk, you should be sitting straighter and happier while keeping your devices cool and organized.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.