Amazon Prime Day might officially begin tomorrow, but that doesn't mean that you can't score a great deal today. Along with many of the office-based workforce, I was relocated to my (frankly fairly modest) home office setup in early 2020. However, despite many opportunities to improve it (including previous Amazon Prime Day deals (opens in new tab)), two long years later and my laptop is still perched precariously on a stack of magazines.
However, this will all change when my brand new SAMDI laptop stand arrives (opens in new tab). Not only is this stand much more ergonomic than my current makeshift arrangement, its sleek wooden design also makes it effortlessly stylish. I've eyed up this particular laptop stand before, but shied away from the $65.99 price tag. However, a 26% price drop means that this stand is now under $50 – a perfect home office bargain.
SAMDI laptop stand |
was $65.99 | now $48.99 (opens in new tab)
Save $17 Featuring built-in breathing slots to help circulate air and cool your laptop, this laptop stand from SAMDI combines ergonomics and style. The cutout at the back is perfect for organizing cables and charging cords, while the wooden design will complement even the most stylish home office.
Of course, this isn't the only home office deal to be found in the lead-up to Amazon Prime Day. There are currently some exciting discounts on products including wireless speakers, laptops and tablets that we've covered in our Amazon Prime Day deals (opens in new tab) hub.
We'll be glued to our screens over the shopping event to help separate the wheat from the chaff and bring you the best deals (and save you from wasting your money on the duds!). So, whether you're in the market for a new steam mop (opens in new tab), robot vacuum (opens in new tab) or a keyboard for a home office (opens in new tab), there's a good chance we'll find a deal worth investigating over the next few days.
In the meantime, why not check out the Amazon Prime Day scams (opens in new tab) you need to avoid to help prevent jumping prematurely on a deal that's not quite as good as it seems.