So, you’re looking for the best lap desk for your Chromebook.
Welcome to the club =].
Lap desks, also called “laptop desks” are all the new rage.
And perfect for those who want to be comfortable in their bed or couch while using their laptop.
(Or for those who are simply lazy, like me.)
In this buyer’s guide, you’ll learn:
- How to choose a lap desk
- Some of the features to look for when choosing
- My personal thoughts
What’s a lap desk?
When I first heard about them, like that they actually exist, I did some research and ordered about 3 of them at once. One was static, and the other two were adjustable.
I had no idea that you could buy these things. They’re basically a miniature table for your laptop so you can use it in bed or on the couch.
Since then, I’ve probably been through 2 or 3 of them. I also had the chance to check out a few that my buddy had lying around. Out of all of them, here’s a list of the ones that I had the best experience with.
By the end of this buyer’s guide, you’ll have a good idea of some of the most highly-rated lap desks on the market. And you can check out which one works best for you.
What kind of features do you want?
Some of the questions you should be asking yourself:
- Do you want a static lap desk?
- Do you want it to tilt?
- Do you want to be able to adjust the height?
- Do you want a tablet or phone holder?
- Do you want it to be lightweight and portable?
- Do you want folding legs (collapsible legs?)?
- Do you want rolling wheels?
- Or do you have no idea and you’re looking for me to tell you =]?
We’ll touch on all those different features throughout this beast of a guide. Feel free to bookmark this page if you need to come back.
Without further blabber, let’s get to the reviews!
Here are the best laptop desks for Chromebooks.
Quick reference table
Best Lap Desks for Chromebooks Reviewed
|Product Image||Brand/Model||Features||Dimensions||Check Price|
|Suninhome NNCC-111||Simple and basic|
No assembly required
Fits 17" Chromebook
|23.00 x 16.00 x 0.40"||See on Amazon|
|LapGear Lap Desk Pro||Built-in mousepad|
Dual bolster cushions
Fits 17" Chromebook
|21.10 x 14.00"||See on Amazon|
|Mind Reader LTADJUST-PNK||Tiltable|
Optional storage cubby
Fits up to 15.6" Chromebook
No assembly required
|11.12 x 14.75 x 3.00"||See on Amazon|
|TaoTronics TT-SD006||Adjustable height|
Fits up to 17" Chromebook
Clip and lock mechanisms
Plenty of workspace
|22.40 x 13.30 x 2.70"||See on Amazon|
|TigerDad QQ-8A||Adjustable height|
Casters with brakes
|18.50 x 15.70 x 35.00"||See on Amazon|
|HUANUO HNLA2||Plenty of desk space|
Holds up to 22 pounds
Fits 17" Chromebook
|26.00 x 14.60 x 2.80"||See on Amazon|
How I chose the best lap desks – The methodology
These were rounded up into a “best of” list from personal experience, a friend’s input, and online reviews/other buyer’s guides. I’ve had personal experience with a little less than half of these.
And the others were in possession of my buddy who happens to own an electronics warehouse (if you’re reading this, that counts as your shoutout).
So I did have hands-on experience with every lap desk on this list- though some more extensively than others.
Just use this as a buyer’s guide to narrow down your selections since there are hundreds of them online. Do your own research of course. And practice due diligence before buying!
The best lap desks for Chromebooks reviewed
I present to you the actual reviews. I hope this list helps you narrow down your buying decision and explains some of the cool features that these things can do!
Be sure to leave a comment if you have any questions!
1. Suninhome Laptop Desk (NNCC-111)
This one was the initial one I purchased because of the sleek “wood” design.
It struck me as fancy and expensive-looking while having the functionality of a basic laptop desk. It’s advertised to work for the bed and couch, but I actually ended up using this for the floor at first.
Yes, I’m weird like that. I’d sit on the floor against a wall and place this laptop tray over my legs and type away.
After getting some back strain, I decided to use it for its actual purpose.
Works for holding your Chromebook on the couch and bed (and floor!)
On the couch, it works. It’s very basic with a pair of folding legs which saves space when you’re not using it. The legs fold out and are sturdy with rubberized grips to prevent slipping.
After it unfolds, you just place it wherever you’re working and then put your Chromebook on top. Then you start typing away!
The best part about this thing is the space. It measures 23” x 16” x 0.4″ so there’s plenty of space to fit even the huge 15” Chromebooks. You’ll still have leftover space for pencils, your phone, notepads, and there’s a cup holder for your coffee.
Personally, I don’t use the cup holder because I’m a ditz and coffee with electronics is a no-no.
Built-in phone or tablet holder
There’s also a small place to insert your tablet- basically a tablet holder to prop it upright. You can slide your phone or tablet in this space. The only problem is that it’ll be “behind” your Chromebook when you’re using it, so you can’t really use both at the same time.
But the feature is nice- maybe you don’t want to use your laptop one day. You can use it just for your tablet instead.
The space fits iPads, Android tablets, and pretty much any standard tablet. Phones may fit, but if you have a very thin phone, it’ll be loose.
Holds large Chromebooks, kind of bulky
It’s also pretty bulky at just 5.4lbs, so you’ll have to lug it around if you’re on-the-go.
But because it’s so large with its huge surface area, this may not be practical. If you plan to just keep it in your home, then no problem. The legs do collapse for easy transportation.
The additional space holds up to 17” laptops, so you have a lot of real estate on your lap desk to work with. I really do appreciate that because I hate small desks and cramped workstations.
You could probably also use the extra space for a bunch of different things:
- Breakfast in bed
- Children’s bed table
- Book reader for your bed
- Notepad holder for your couch
- Tablet holder for your bed
- Or maybe a picnic table?
For those who don’t have time or aren’t technically-inclined, there’s no assembly required! You just unbox it, unpack it, remove some packaging, and you’re done. Once you unfold the legs, you’re good to go and you can start using it right away.
Rubber footing and pleasing surface color
The anti-slip rubber seems nice, though it’s a dust magnet since it’s black colored. You’ll have to clean it after using it on multiple surfaces if you don’t want to bring dirt into your bed or couch. The tabletop is nice, slick,and sturdy.
As I mentioned, I got the wooden-like one which has a pleasing pattern to look at. It does also come in another color, but I liked this one better. The table is also advertised to be corrosion-free, whatever that means.
Basic lap desk that does the job
Overall, this is a basic lap desk that’ll work perfectly for Chromebooks. It’s a budget option and offers a portable folding mechanism to save space.
No installation/setup required so it’s easy to use. Built-in tablet holder (which can also be used for some phones) and offers plenty of space to work with. And a cup holder for the daring types.
- No assembly required
- Easy to use
- Fits up to 17″ Chromebooks
- Cup holder (if you want)
- Rubber-coated legs for anti-slip
- Tablet holder included
- No tilt or height adjustment
- On the bulkier side at 5.4 pounds
- Cup holder takes up space if you don’t plan to use it (pretty useless)
2. LapGear Home Office Lap Desk “Pro”
For those who want something without the legs for portability, this one may do the trick.
This lap desk literally sits on your lap. There are two two cushions below the desk to support the table and keep it off your legs to prevent uncomfortable pressure.
Pretty comfortable cushioning and super light
One of the built-in bolster cushions is a little bigger to prop the desk towards you.
Both cushions are very comfortable and soft, so I think this thing does its job in terms of ergonomics. Weighing in at just 3.8 pounds, it’s light enough to keep on your lap for extended periods.
There’s a mousepad to the right along with a cellphone holder. Sadly, there’s no left-hand mouse support from the models I saw.
Newly revamped version
There are two versions of this desk. The cheaper version has a mini stopper that basically “holds” your laptop. I actually tried this one out and the ledge is terrible. It’s tiny and if you lean to the left or right to do something, the laptop will start to slide over.
The revamped version (hence the “Pro” in the name) has a stopper that goes across the entire bottom of the desk. Looks like my complaint was valid as they improved that con in the new version.
The stopper is lined with a “pleather” material that soft to the touch and feels pretty comfortable to use for ergonomics. The wristrest does attract a lot of dirt though and since it’s black, it’s noticeable.
Of course, this thing was made to be used upright so that shouldn’t be a problem. But when you need to reach for something, just be careful that you don’t drop your Chromebook.
Limited mousepad space; right-handers only
My other problem is that mousepad is extremely small. If you’re using an external mouse, you’re not going to have a good time horizontally scrolling.
But if you stick with your touchpad, you should be OK.
Air-flow improvements, phone mount built-in
There’s also a phone mount that’ll hold a moderately-sized smartphone. It measures 5″ x 0.75″ total.
The desk measures 21.1” x 14” with a 5” x 9” mousepad. This will fit a 15.6” Chromebook, but that’s the maximum. Any larger and it’s going to stick out the edge.
There’s also an air-flow vent system on the surface which helps redirect air outside of the system so it doesn’t get trapped underneath. I don’t know how well it works since Chromebooks stay pretty cool, but after an hour of use, the surface did stay cool.
If you’re really worried about keeping your Chromebook cool, you may want to invest in a cooling pad.
Overall, if you don’t need any fancy legs or height adjustments, this is as basic as you can get. It’s just a piece of fabric with a textured top that sits on your lap. Use it on the couch or upright in bed.
The phone holder is nice, though it does put your phone at strange position that introduces glare under bright lights. The mousepad is hit-or-miss. It’s too small for me, but you may appreciate having the built-in mousepad if you don’t use your Chromebook’s trackpad.
A basic and solid laptop desk for Chromebooks.
- Easy to use
- Fits up to 17″ Chromebooks
- Built-in mousepad
- Built-in phone holder
- Dual bolster cushions for comfort
- Mousepad is terribly small (if you don’t use it, it’s a waste of space)
- No adjustable height/tilt
3. Mind Reader Adjustable Portable Laptop Desk (LTADJUST-PNK)
I don’t know why it’s called a “mind reader,” but OK.
This one is very similar to the previous one, where it rests directly on your lap. This one has a unique configuration because it lets you choose between storage space or adjustable tilt. More on this later.
Preset tilt adjustments
However, this model lets you adjust the tilt of your Chromebook to 8 different positions. It also uses a dual cushion on the bottom and feels pretty comfortable just like the others.
The nice thing about this lap desk is that you can fold it flat when you need to travel. The cushions are jutting out, but the adjustable plate can be lowered to lay flush against the base.
The adjustable positions aren’t wasted, either. Usually the maximum tilt and lowest tilt are pretty much useless for lap desks in my experience.
But for this and a few others, you can actually use those settings for good measure. That’s always a huge plus in my book.
I also really like the surface of it. It’s smooth and you can write on it if you’re taking notes in bed or on the couch. Perfect for research papers and whatnot.
Optional storage space
There are lots of models because this product lets you choose from colors such blue, black, green, pink, and more. And then there’s a “with storage” option and an “adjustable tilt” option.
This product comes in two varieties at this time of this writing:
- An adjustable tilt without a storage compartment
- A non-adjustable desk with a storage compartment
Depending on if you want the storage space or not, you’ll have to give up one or the other. Tilt adjustment or storage space?
Personally I think the tilt is much more important than storage. But to each their own.
Lightweight, portable, and no assembly required
This one is just about 2 pounds in weight and measures 11.12 x 14.75 x 3.0 inches. It’s one of the lightest laptop desks on this list and fits up to a 15.6” laptop. No assembly required either- you can use it right out of the box!
If you just want a basic adjustable lap desk for your bed or couch, this one’s worth checking out.
- Easy to use
- Fits up to 15.6″ Chromebooks
- Adjustable tilt to 8 positions (in adjustable model)
- 1.9 pounds for lightweight portability
- Dual cushions are comfortable
- Plastic material looks cheap, but feels sturdy
- Weird product offerings
4. TaoTronics Adjustable Height and Tilt Lap Desk (TT-SD006)
Okay, I think the naming convention is getting a little bit repetitive now.
This lap desk will fit any size Chromebook and combines the other desks we spoke about already. This one lets you tilt and adjust the height- at the same time.
Adjustable height and tilt
So you can tilt the desk back towards or away from you and you can adjust the height (high or low) to whatever you want. This is one of the only laptop desks that does both on this buyer’s guide.
So if you really want an all-in-one solution, this is it!
You can use it in bed, on the sofa, or even on a regular desk. It works well to convert your regular desk to a standing desk for laptops. You can adjust between 0 and 35 degrees in set intervals. The height can be elevated with just the press of a button.
There’s a spring mechanism in place to lock and unlock the height. I didn’t have any real complaints about this desk. It’s adjustable and tiltable and very basic. There are no mouse pads or tablet/smartphone holders.
Simple without the extras
So it’s pretty much just a basic laptop desk for taking notes, reading, or using your Chromebook.
Exactly what I like because it’s minimalist. If you want all the other add-ons like a tablet holder, check out the others on the list. Burt if you’re like me and prefer a simple desk that works, this one will do the trick.
Rounded corners and bulky design
My two biggest problems with this desk. I just don’t like rounded corners for some reason and the legs are super bulky. This isn’t something you’ll want to travel with- that’s for sure.
Also, the final adjustment configuration of 35 degrees also seems pretty useless. I was afraid to set it to 30 degrees already and I think this should be the cutoff point. The stopper works, but I feel like any more “tilt” will throw the Chromebook onto the floor.
Lots of workspace
It weighs 4.25 pounds and measures 22.4 x 13.3 x 2.7 inches all around with a height range of 9.5 to 12.6 inches. This fits up to a 20” laptop, so all Chromebooks will fit no problem. It’s also foldable for storage and portability, though the weight may put you off.
But if you plan to just use this at home or don’t mind lugging it around, go for it.
It does what a lap desk is supposed to do without all the other features. It does have some nice little touches built-in like a mouse stopper, anti-skid feed, leg extension lock, laptop fix clip, and even a tilting lock so it stays in place.
The laptop clips literally clip onto your laptop at the base near the touchpad. I avoid these because I don’t want to scratch my machine. But the locking mechanisms for the tilt and height are spot on.
The feedback mechanism when you snap a configuration into place is definitely noticeable. It “locks” the position of the tilt as you adjust it.
It’s probably everything you need for a laptop desk and nothing more.
- Smooth wood finish
- Tiltable (from 0-35 degrees in set intervals)
- Adjustable height (9.4-12.6″)
- Laptops clips, lock mechanisms, anti-slip legs
- Fits up to 17″ laptops
- Assortment of colors and sizes
- Ample amount of desk space
- Bulky design
- Rounded corners
- Not exactly portable
- 4.25 pounds
- No need to tilt all the way to the final setting or else risk your laptop falling
5. TigerDad Rolling Laptop Table (QQ-8A)
For those who really want something fancy, this rolling table will do the trick. This is not a portale table. It’s only good for use at home. It’s basically a table with wheels that’s adjustable and tiltable.
It’s literally a table
So if you don’t want to deal with anything on your legs or body while you use your Chromebook, this table will do just that. It overhangs from your bed or couch so you can use it as a tiny stand up table.
Of course, you can raise or lower it, and you can adjust the tilt. The overall build is very study. I don’t actually own this one, so I had to play around with it at my friend’s warehouse.
It rolls very slowly and you really need to give it a push, but I guess that’s good so it keeps the wheels in place. This does require assembly, as you can probably guess.
Requires manual labor
The 4 casters do have brakes so it doesn’t roll. But if you don’t unlock the brake all the way, it makes it very difficult to push.
Unlocking and locking is a pain because you have to get up to do so, so that’s something to keep in mind. There’s an edge stopped to keep your laptop in place and a small space for your mouse if you use one.
It’s basically a mobile computer desk that you can use for your bed, sofa, or just as a secondary laptop desk. Fancy enough.
Decent desk space
The dimensions are questionable (see note below), and will work with Chromebooks up to 15”, but that’ll be the limit. Anything more and you’re really pushing it and a 15” laptop already hangs over the edge when tilted. I’m seriously afraid of tiling this and the laptop dropping, so I don’t use the tilt feature at all.
Note: The other thing is that the specs say 37.4″ tall, but I only measured it to be about 35″ tall. I also saw some customer reviews about the same issue- so this may be something to keep in mind. The table also weighs over 18 pounds, so you’re not taking this anywhere with you.
If you want a rolling table, this is it
Overall, if you need a rolling laptop desk for your Chromebook, this is one of the best budget-friendly ones I could find at the time of this writing. It rolls, adjusts, and tilts. It does everything you would want a portal bedside table to do.
Remember: There’s assembly required! But it does come with clear directions and all the tools you need to get started.
- Adjustable height and tilt
- 4 casters with brakes
- Edge-stopper to keep the Chromebook secure
- Multiple uses (couch, bed, or even as a secondary table)
- Not portable
- Requires assembly
- Brake rub
6. HUANUO Adjustable Laptop Table (HNLA2)
Last but not least on the list is the HUANUO lap desk.
This one is pretty cool because it’s like a mix of everything we just talked on this buyer’s guide. It’s like the “jack of all trades” laptop table because it can do a little bit of everything.
The first thing I noticed is that is nearly identical to the TaoTronics lap desk. It’s almost like one company ripped the other one off. But since I liked the TaoTronics, I thought I’d give this one a try too. There are some minor differences between the two models.
If you don’t know what you want, this one just may fit the bill. It’s an adjustable, tiltable, and “multifunction” desk. I didn’t buy this one for myself to review. This was also at the warehouse. But I did some hands-on time and personally I think it’s just too clunky for me.
Plenty of space
For starters, the height can be raised anywhere from 9.43” to 12.58” and can be tiled from 0 degrees (flat) to 30 degrees. You can use this thing over your lap on your bed or couch. Or you put it on top of a real desk to raise it (and convert it into a standing desk). Or maybe a TV tray table.
This one did it right compared to the TaoTronics. It adjusts to 30 degrees maximum which is perfect. I think the 35 degrees is useless and not necessary. The height adjustment works by a single button press following to lifting or lowering the table. It’s pretty easy but you do need to press with some force.
They also advertise a bunch of other features with poorly-Photoshopped images like using it for a picnic table or play table. But you’re probably not going to be using it for those purposes, right?
Holds up to a 17″ laptop
The desk states up to 17” laptops will work, which means pretty much all Chromebooks on the market. The surface is a wooden grain color.
Each height adjustment is pre-set, meaning you can’t adjust between all the heights as you want. You have to toggle between a few configurations. The same goes for the tilt. All of them felt useful with none that are too extreme.
Usually the lowest and highest settings are useless, but this one hits the spot on all of them. So nice work!
Now, my problems with this desk.
The first thing is the shape. It has a weird “ergonomic” design, but personally it’s just awkward and hard to get used to. There’s space for a mouse and notepad, but the shape of the design constantly makes you ensure you’re not about to push the laptop off the desk. Just like the TaoTronics, I have the same problem.
I think it’s the rounded corners. I really don’t know, but it’s just weird to get used to the ovular shape of the desk.
The other issue are the legs. They’re sturdy, but very clunky. If you plan to carry this desk around, you’re not going to have a good time. It’s not really made for portability in my opinion. The whole thing weighs just around 5 pounds, so it’s not exactly the lightest. Same as the TaoTronics.
It’s huge, so not that good for traveling or portability
The dimensions are 26 x 14.6” of workspace so it’s large enough to fit your Chromebook and a mouse or phone. But because it’s so big, that makes it very difficult to bring with you. If you plan to keep it in your home or office/work area permanently, then you’re okay.
But if you want to use it in bed or the couch, let’s just say the bulkiness of it makes it pretty awkward.
Other than those minor problems, the HUANUO is a solid lap desk if you don’t mind the shape and bulky leg design. It tilts, adjusts, and has a nice finish that’s smooth and seemingly durable.
Perfect for someone who just want to use it in a single area or room.
- Adjustable height to presets
- Foldable sturdy legs
- Tiltable design
- Edge-stopper to keep the Chromebook secure
- Built in laptop clips
- Fits up to a 17″ Chromebook
- Not portable- definitely on the bulkier side
- Rubber stoppers get dirty easily
- Rounded corners
Common questions about lap desks (FAQ)
I thought I’d include this section to share my thoughts about these trendy little things.
Many people don’t even know how exactly you use them or what they’re used for. And some people don’t even know they exist!
You’d be surprised at how many people ask “where’d you get that?” when I use this thing on the plane. While lap desks aren’t that popular, they exist and they provide a benefit.
Here are some common questions and answers.
What are the benefits of using a lap desk? Should you buy one?
The only benefit to using one of these beasts is specifically for ergonomics. They allow you to use your Chromebook in your bed, couch, or even on the floor.
The best part about using a laptop desk is that it keeps the laptop off your lap.
As contradicting as that sounds (provided the name “laptop”), there are a few advantages of doing so:
- Allows you to use your Chromebook in a more natural position
- Allows you to adjust the height of your laptop
- Keeps the laptop’s heat off your legs, thighs, or body
- Helps keep the laptop cool by suspending it in the air
- Prevents burns on your skin (yes, some laptops can get up to 95 degrees F)
- Allows you to use your device in your bed or couch while laying back
- Keeps the laptop propped up when you’re using it on the floor
Sure, a lot of these pros are just minor gripes.
But honestly, a lot of them make it worth it to buy one. I mean, just being able to use your Chromebook in bed on a lap desk makes it that much more convenient.
You can watch movies, play games, or just browse the web without having to rest your device on your lap. You can change the height so you don’t need to adjust the screen.
You can watch funny cat videos for hours without having to deal with the heat emitting from the bottom. All these “small reasons” really add up. And they help you get the most enjoyment out of your device- so doesn’t that make it worth it?
You may even add it to your dream laptop setup!
This techhead doesn’t use one, but you can see how some people are very particular about their setups (and how a lap desk may complete yours):
(Thanks to TechLead for making this video.)
Are there any drawbacks to using one?
Other than price and getting used to it, not really.
The whole point of a portable and adjustable desk is to make your life a little easier- not harder. Though I should say if you buy cheaply made one or use it wrong, you could just give yourself a hard time.
You should always use them as directed and never use them for the wrong purpose (e.g. using a floor desk for your bed desk (yes, they’re different).
Are lap desks useful?
If you read the above section, then I think you’ll agree =].
Lap desks can definitely be useful for ergonomics, comfort, and simply making it easier to use your laptop.
You can avoid uncomfortable or awkward positions. And you can avoid the burning laptop heat. No more do you have to suffer the strain of constantly holding your Chromebook.
However, if you never use your Chromebook on your bed or couch (or the floor), then you probably don’t need a laptop desk. For normal people who use their laptop on an actual computer desk, lap desks are probably useless.
There are also other uses for them:
- Use it to take notes or do research
- Use it as a small art table to draw or doodle while you’re on the couch
- Use it to hold up your book and tilt it towards you in bed
- Use it as a miniature desk to write in bed, on the couch, or in the car
- Use it as a tablet holder
- Use it to prop your phone up while you’re in bed (watching movies!)
- Or just actually use it to use your Chromebook in bed!
Who invented the lap desk?
The portable desk was actually used since the 17th century, believe it or not. It was used a traveling accessory for writers and small enough to be carried by a human (butler) or horse.
Over time, the lap desk started expanding in size and weight and evolved over time. Many witters used the lap desk for writing extensive paperwork, books, or documentation.
The original inventor and most popular usage of a lap desk is thought to be Thomas Jefferson. He used one to draft the US Declaration of Independence! Even though they did use these for laptops back then, the idea of having a portable desk for work and productivity has already existed.
Today’s modern laptop desks use the same philosophy- a portable desk built for ergonomics to get stuff done.
So there you have it. A list of various laptop desks I’ve had some degree of experience with. I hope you find it helpful!
If I really had to narrow it down (again), these would be my suggestions:
Best overall value
If you’re looking for something that’s extremely versatile and doesn’t break the bank, the TaoTronics lap desk is the way to go.
The model reviewed here has both the ability to tilt and height adjust, and it’s not too clunky to carry around. The size is perfect and the materials are sturdy. It’s light enough at just over 4 pounds and the desk size is big enough to handle even the biggest Chromebooks.
It also folds up with collapsing legs and has a bunch of handy features.
Notable features: Anti-skid and a built-in laptop stopper to keep your Chromebook in place (when used correctly). This desk does it all and does it well. My only problem is the unnecessary 35-degree tilt and rounded corners.
Best budget purchase
If you want a cheap and affordable lap desk without any of the fancy bells and whistles, the Mind Reader LTADJUST-BLK should do the trick.
You do get 8 adjustable levels so you can tilt your laptop towards you when you lean back. And the dual bolster cushions prove to comfortable resting on your lap while you’re in bed or on the couch.
The cushions may not look comfortable from the picture, but they really are once you get used to them. I suggest not wearing uncomfortable pants like jeans or denim when using them, since it will press against your thighs over time.
Otherwise, they’re very comfortable to use even when wearing shorts. The cushions hold up the laptop desk flush on your lap. And the adjustable positions are all useful (usually the highest and lowest settings are useless).
It’s small, portable, and super easy to carry around. The surface material feels cheap, but what can you expect? It does what it should. Folds flat for easy travel and dual-bolster cushions are soft enough for your lap. You’ll feel secure using it as the cushions are extensive across the base of the desk
The surface is smooth to write, take notes, and even draw on. Also works with tablets and phones alongside your Chromebook (but not all at the same time).
The Mind Reader LTADJUST-BLK is a budget solution for a Chromebook lap desk and does the job.
Notable features: Easy to use. No assembly. Super comfortable and does the trick without the bloat.
Best premium purchase
The premium purchase for this review roundup would be none other than the HUANUO lap desk. This one does everything you could want it to- all at the cost of being bulky.
You get tilt and height adjustments using preset configurations. You get foldable and portable table legs. And you get a large surface to work with that accommodates a Chromebook, external mouse, and even have some space leftover for your phone or tablet.
This table doesn’t have any dedicated holder for tablets, but the surface area is expansive and lets you use up to the biggest laptops on the market. The built-in stopper lines the entire bottom edge so your stuff is secure.
Again, my only problem with this table is the rounded corners and bulky design.
But given that the materials are high quality and durable, that’s something that may not bother you.
The material proves to be sturdy with anti-skid rubber feet and locking mechanism for the adjustable tilt and height. This best can handle upto 22 pounds of weight, which is one of the highest I’ve come across to date.
With so much surface space, you can write, draw, take notes, and even eat off of this as a TV dinner tray if you wanted. The extra real estate provides plenty of multifunctional use that extends beyond just a bed or couch lap desk for your Chromebook.
You can use this for nearly anything that requires a small table, such as a secondary desk or even a floor desk. If you can get over the corners and bulky design, then you may just have found your perfect desk!
Notable features: Perfect tilt and height settings. Durable. Stable. Collapsible legs.
Did you find the perfect laptop desk for your Chromebook?
Well, that’s about all I’ve got for you.
You should now have a better idea of what to look for in a lap desk (hopefully!).
I really do hope you found this buyer’s guide to be slightly helpful in reviewing features that I found to be actually useful for a desk. Maybe hearing it from another’s perspective helped you sculpt your buying decision?
Regardless, if you have any other lap desks that you’ve had experience with, please let me know by posting in the comments below! You’ll be helping out others by sharing your insight also.
Or if you’ve found this guide to be helpful, leave a comment also. Consider sharing this guide with a fellow Chromie =]!
Thanks for reading!