I wanted the universal model because I wanted the freedom to use it with my work computer and my personal computer without bothering with a sticky bottom. The non-slid surface works great! One computer has a rubbery texture while the other one has a smooth plastic cover. Both stay in place when using the stand on the table. I just put the stand on my desk and stick whichever computer I'm using on it, raising the screen to the level of my monitor, giving me a second screen. It's much lighter and smaller than the foldable lap-table I used to use!
it's unstable on a Toshiba EliteBook 12" widescreen.
it's shipped from Shenzhen via Shanghai, took 5 weeks... terrible environmental footprint and poor (Chinese-speaking) customer service. pretty disappointed.
The MOFT Stand is a good idea: it has good aestethics and it's thin, but I find the folds to be counter-intuitive. Maybe it's me, or maybe not, but I can't open it right in an easy way.
His invention looks great, but 3 inches seems to me a lot of height (a lot of tilt), I would like to lift 1 inch and maximum 2 inches to work comfortably. I hope you can reconsider. Receive blessings.
Having this stand attached to my laptop is great, because I don't have to wonder why it seems to be sitting crooked when the stand has shifted underneath. When I pick up the laptop to carry it upstairs, the stand folds up so easily. And it takes up almost NO space in my carrying bag for transport, so now I can have my computer at the proper height and angle, no matter where I use it. My partner and I are so happy we ordered them for our laptops!