The portable benefit of the laptop has made it a popular computer option since the first models hit the market two decades ago. But now, laptops are not just popular for the crowd on the move. They have begun to replace the desktop as the primary computer for the home. In fact, many homes now boast more than one laptop with dad, mom and junior often each doing their own work on their own machine.
It’s easy to grab that laptop and move from the bedroom to the living room but there is still the problem of where to rest the computer. There are some are skilled at typing, gaming and working while resting the laptop on its namesake, the lap. But for most, you want somewhere to put it while you use it. And why shouldn’t the place you rest your laptop be just as portable? Thus, the rise of the laptop cart — a rolling, compact piece of furniture featuring a small base and desk-like attachment where you can place your laptop and, if necessary, notes, a phone or even a beverage.