Aero-Tray | EMILY REVIEWS: How To Maximize Tight Working Spaces With The Aero-Tray
A portable, ergonomic work area for laptops, mobile devices, books, or magazines. Invented by Norman Korpi, of The Real World, for travelers everywhere.
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EMILY REVIEWS: How To Maximize Tight Working Spaces With The Aero-Tray

June 13, 2014 | In the News

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Most of us either own a laptop, a tablet or an eReader. If you’re like me, you practice the subtle art of balancing your devices on your lap, on the tiny crowded coffee table, on the awkward tray on the plane or on the train. Not only it is risky for your expenses devices, it can also be quite uncomfortable.   I recently discovered the Aero-Tray and it’s an amazing accessory to make the best of tight spaces and create a more ergonomic platform for your devices. It is designed to be portable, weighs 1.5lbs and measures 9.5 x 14 x 1.5 inches. It is available in black and camel (orange/brown color). It stays securely shut thanks to two elastic bands. The little tabs are amazingly sturdy and stay in place very well in the grooves.

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