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Product name: Laptop desktop stand
Material: aluminum alloy, etc
Dimensions: 26 x 22. 5 x 14. 2 cm/10. 24 x 8. 86 x 5. 59 in
Product color: gray, red, blue, green, black, pink, gold, silver, purple
Scope of application: Suitable for notebook, tablet, etc
Product Packaging: 1* laptop desktop stand
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