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Something to rest my laptop on.

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Hi, I'm looking for something to rest my laptop on when I use it sitting up in bed. I'm abit worried lol by placing it in contact with my legs I might develop cancer or something. Many thanks. Read More
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Hi,

I'm looking for something to rest my laptop on when I use it sitting up in bed. I'm abit worried lol by placing it in contact with my legs I might develop cancer or something.

Many thanks.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
A pillow?????
#3
What about those cushion tray things that you get for people that eat their meals in front of the TV..
#4
Cheers. I'm sure I remember seeing specially designed cusion things on here that can be attached the underneath of a laptop.
#5
sotomonkey
Cheers. I'm sure I remember seeing specially designed cusion things on here that can be attached the underneath of a laptop.


Ikea do a laptop cushion thing is that what you're after?
#6
oohhh does it cause cancer????
#8
I have THIS and I use that in bed, keeps the laptop cool and off my legs.

Why do you think it will give you cancer having it on your legs??? Just curious because I use mine daily and have never heard of it causing cancer through contact
#9
Thanks

oh I've no idea whether it could. I just don't think it's healthy bombarding my tissue with invisible electromagnetic radiation at close proximity to the source.

Out of interest, does anyone know typical EM frequencies and wavelengths that are emitted from a laptop?
#10
sotomonkey
Thanks

oh I've no idea whether it could. I just don't think it's healthy bombarding my tissue with invisible electromagnetic radiation at close proximity to the source.

Out of interest, does anyone know typical EM frequencies and wavelengths that are emitted from a laptop?


Oh right, wasnt sure if you had heard something I hadnt :)
#11
Thanks for your help guys. In the end someone pointed me in the direction of a russian bride website so now I just rest it on her.

Seriously though I think I'm going to get the one with the inbuilt light.
#12
is a LAPtop called that for a reason ;-)

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