I have already been looking these other ones over. They don't work for various reasons, and I'll go into detail what the problems are.
Alas this is not suitable for the intended use.
1. Flat rigid surface, does not tilt or articulate. Sure it would possibly work sitting upright with a rigid posture but I want to lean back with my feet up in the reclining position.
2. Most likely cannot get the rolling base under the recliner. Most recliners are low to the floor with no room for sliding something like this underneath.
- Page says, Large not available
- Medium size is 18.5" wide
Ino-Products, Inc - Table Mate - Medium
Not wide enough ... need at least 26" / 66 cm width:
* Generic Dell keyboard is 17.5" / 44cm wide
* Mousepad for generic Dell mouse is 8.5" / 21.5cm wide
Though here is a source for the large one which would barely work, at 20x25 in. Note, there is a raised lip around the edge so that reduces the usable surface area:http://www.amazon.com/Table-Multi-Fu...sr=1-1-catcorr
Standers - Assist-A-Tray
- Tray size 16" x 18"
Not wide enough. But I'm sending a request to the company see if they have any option for a wider tray, and tilting the tray
This came up looking for the previous one. This looks interesting, though the tray can not be tilted downward to be more ergonomic when leaned back in the recliner. Once again assumes the user will be sitting upright, stiff backed.
Drive Medical - Lift Chair Table - Model No. 13085
This one is also a common search result. It does have a tilting surface, but the tilting part is wide enough for a laptop only. The non-tilting flat surface would not be usable for the mouse:
HandStands - Windsor Laptop Stand
Originally Posted by PubFiction
oh and if you are serious enough to game on a PC not a console. I would say you need to check out plasma or dlp.
* lowest input lag possible with a great picture, so that is the Sony HX729 (or the Sony HX929, which is too expensive for me)
* no burn-in since it will be running Win XP / Win 7 with the taskbar visible for more than 75% of its usage
* I've tried single-chip DLP's, and I can see the color wheel rainbow effect, so no good.