A common complaint about laptop computers is that they are not very comfortable to use on your lap.
Here is something you can put on your lap so you can actually use your laptop on your lap.
It is called My Cozy Colors Laptop Desk.
It is essentially a small pillow attached to a hard plastic desktop.
It provides a buffer so your lap does not feel the heat of your laptop, but form fits to your lap so you have a nice even surface to work on.
But would My Cozy Colors Laptop Desk crash in our As Seen On TV test?
Obviously, a lot of people use their laptop in bed. This thing fits nicely on your lap, you just open it up and you can watch TV, or let's say your partner is sleeping and you don't want to disturb them by turning on all the lights, it has this nice LED light that's directional and you can keep your eyes on the key pad and your eyes on the screen and your partner can sleep soundly.
This might be handy if you like to read in bed because not only do you have a place to put the book but, again, the LED light here gives you plenty of light.
The Cozy Colors Laptop Desk is also convenient say if you want to write or draw. It has this little pencil holder here so the pen or pencil does not roll off. It is a nice solid surface so you can do whatever you want to do.
The Cozy Colors Laptop Desk also has this handy-dandy handle here so you can just pull it up into bed any time you want, or, if you're transporting somewhere, obviously you can just grab it and hold it by this handle.
So, if you want to be in the lap of luxury while working on your laptop My Cozy Colors Laptop Desk gets the thumbs up.
You can use this device whether you are in bed, sitting in a chair or riding in a car.
I paid $15 for mine at Bed, Bath and Beyond.
They are also on the internet.
For more information, visit here.
Next week, we are testing another one of those special pillows that is supposed to help you wake up without back or neck pain.
It is called the Side Sleeper Pro.
It forces you to sleep on your side and is supposed to keep your posture in the proper position to avoid back and neck pain.
Would the Side Sleeper Pro get side tracked in our As Seen On TV test?
Find out next week, Just Before Six.