Texas inventor to exhibit “LapEasle” at America’s largest invention show
May 24, 2012 | 895 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
PITTSBURGH… InventHelp’s INPEX, America’s largest invention trade show, announces that Joseph Lang, of Kenedy, Texas, has invented a document holder for laptop computers when transcribing information. This patented invention will be exhibited at INPEX 2012, June 13-15, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The “LapEasle” would be an easy way to read a hard copy of a document while transcribing it into a laptop computer. This eliminates the neck and back fatigue of someone having to look down onto their desk or onto a document and then back up to the screen to type in the information. The product is made of plastic, and would attach easily to one’s laptop computer. Once the document is placed into the holder, it is automatically placed just above the monitor for easy viewing. The LapEasle is telescoping, so that it could move up and down based on the height or location of the computer’s monitor. The product is currently being sold on eBay. Suggested retail price: $14.99

Lane is exhibiting at INPEX with the hopes of finding a distributor and licensee.

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