Working from home is a constant battle for our backs. When we are not looking down on our phones, we are straining our necks over non-office-grade makeshift tables.
That’s what laptop stands are for—to make screens leveled with our eyes so our necks don’t work extra hard to hold our heads up. And if you are in the market for stands that don’t make your WFH setup dreary, here is one recommendation: artist Cynthia Bauzon-Arre’s native flowering trees-printed acrylic risers.
Technically, they are not laptop stands; they don’t hold up or suspend your device at an angle. But they can elevate your laptop to eye level if the table you are using is a bit low.
Plus, illustrations of the ilang-ilang’s elongated yellow flowers, katmon’s orchid-like bloom, and banaba’s lavender petals are welcome visuals to distract us from the grind of daily work.
The acrylic risers are available in three sizes starting at P950. The large one (P1,790) comfortably fits a 15” laptop without having to worry that it might fall.