Moft is a smart company that makes smart products. For a while there, I was playing on their laptop stand. It was a head turner when I used it in meetings – when we worked individually. In fact, I tore it to shreds. It was fine for a while, but the heat from under my MacBook eventually melted it into a pleasant mess. It was fun as long as it lasted.
After all, I think it was a design flaw. But nonetheless, Moffat is one of the companies that you want to see succeed and keep creating exciting products that compete with the traditional models of most device makers. I’m not sure I’ll buy a replacement standing desk, for example, but I’m glad it exists.
Mount Carry sleeve, on the other hand, my speed is a bit high. This is another changing position of the company, but for starters, this is the one that does not require any adhesive, so there is a big point in favor of it. Instead of relying on sticky stuff, the convertible sleeve works just like the origami tablet cases on the market. It basically uses a mixture of foldable corners and magnets that can have different shapes.
Honestly, I think I dig it. As for the laptop sleeve, it’s a little too big for my tastes. It’s a little too big for my bag. But the construction quality is surprisingly good. This realistic wagon is made of faux leather which is more durable, scratch resistant and water resistant than the original. All the good news. There is a card slot for expandable storage and a slightly stretched napkin rubber slot.
The case turns into a stand with a couple of pairs, in which the laptop is fitted with either a slight “flap lemmer” at an angle of 15 or 25 degrees, which prevents it from slipping too far. The company claims that it can support up to 22 pounds. I haven’t tried, but my 15-inch MacBook is still fine. I think we’ll see for sure when I start traveling again.
However, the company name stands for Mobile Office for Travelers. It is clear that there is not a ton of business for him at the moment, but he has already got a score of 300,000 on Carrie Osteo Indigogo, so there is still interest, no less.