This is a review of the Roost Laptop Stand, which was released in March 2022. Roost kept its design very similar to the first version, which means it fits any laptop size and shape. It also keeps your MacBook at an incline for better cooling when you are on battery power or need it propped up with minimal effort. The stand comes with four different settings that allow you to change the height of your screen depending on what angle works best for you. I would recommend this product because it has only improved upon what already made the original great! If something about my opinion differs from yours, please let me know below so we can discuss our views.

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Check out our comparative review of The Roost and Nexstand laptop stands if you haven’t already. We discuss the advantages of using a laptop stand and compare two of the most popular options. Return for a more in-depth look at the Roost stand and the use history at the bottom to see how it holds up.

The Roost stand was one of the first portable laptop stands, and it was released in June 2022 after a successful Kickstarter campaign. It has since become one of the most popular laptops among digital nomads. It was expensive, but it’s well-made and beneficial. So, let’s have a look.

Roost 2.0 Laptop Stand Inside CaseThe Roost folds up into a little package that makes it highly portable. It’s tiny, weighing just 6.05 ounces. It comes with a sturdy carrying bag made of a material that looks like a windbreaker. When folded up, the stand measures 1.3 x 1.3 x 13 inches (3.3 x 3.3 x 33 cm), making it long yet thin. It’s elementary to tuck this into the side of your bag.

When you fold the stand up, it feels pretty sturdy and long-lasting in your hands. The air is constructed of steel. So, we’ll quote from their website. Glass-fiber reinforced Nylon, a structural metal-replacement polymer, and Delrin high-performance resin are used to make it. Carbon fiber, essentially, but without the price tag.

Roost 2.0 Laptop Stand Pivot GripsWe were delighted to see that it is incredibly robust after opening it up and placing a laptop on it. Because the Roost is a one-size-fits-all stand, it will accommodate older, thicker computers and the MacBook Air.

When you open it up, you’ll see two rubber pivot grips on the bottom, which latch onto the front of the laptop to keep it firmly on the stand. The grips are pretty sturdy, and the computer doesn’t slide around much while it’s in place. Even when we tipped the frame over, the laptop remained securely in place.

Because all the contact points are composed of soft rubber, your laptop will not be scratched or harmed. Once you’ve positioned your computer on the stand, there are three distinct height modifications to consider. You may wish to adjust the air from time to time depending on how you’re seated (your height and the table height). Adjust the parameters to your satisfaction with the white clips on the bottom.

The Roost stand costs $79.95 at the time of this review. This one is expensive in terms of laptop stands, but we’re sure it will last you a long time. You’re also paying for mobility since it’s one of the lightest and most minor laptops available.

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