dealsmobile laptop cart for $79.00 + free shipping

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When your laptop isn't mobile enough... get laptop cart!

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Would be good at work where we move laptops from testing station to testing station. However, the weight doesn't look very centered. Unless the base is quite heavy, I suspect this would fall over backwards fairly easily if you hit a ridge in the carpet or a door jam. Then, crash, laptop to floor, broken laptop, little Johnny doesn't get his new liver today, and all because of a badly designed, unstable cart. Poor little Johnny. Won't someone please think of the children?

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Amazon and 3rd party sellers have it at the same price... No deal here.

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@procop: From what I can tell this is the Mahogany model. Amazon has it for $71.77 ($78.72 shipped). So $0.28 cheaper. They also have "Blonde" available for the same price. You'll pay $86 to get the "Espresso" or "Cherry" versions shipped from Amazon. I guess if you really needed one just check if you pay sales tax on one site vs the other and save yourself a few bucks there.

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Didn't they used to call these things, "TV Trays." They were for when you ate in your favorite chair. So, I'm guessing they went and stole a bunch of these from the 80's and renamed them.

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At the hospital, we call them COWS (Computer on wheels). The patients think we're talking about them and I'd like to keep it that way

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Throw in a pair of roller-skates and you've got yourself a deal.

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The product description is not clear. Is it "maple finish" as listed under the product "features" or is it "Mahogany finish" as stated in the description?

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@thumperchick: TV Trays generally weren't on wheels, folded up, and don't allow you to use them when say, in-bed. The adjustable height bit is nice too. Say, if you wanted to use it to hold sheet music, or a tablet while cooking in the kitchen, or...