Abstract: A document copy holder which comprises a copy holder panel stand, a document holder clip and a document line guide with .magnifying capabilities. The panel stand is a flat, generally rectangular surface with integral support legs and a hingeably secured support section cut out from the middle of the stand and extending outwardly to the back, with hingeably secured support legs connected by an inwardly extending ledge that is inserted into selected receiving holes at the back of the panel stand to provide for a desired inclined angle of use for the user. The document copy holder clip is positioned at the top of the panel stand to retain documents, and the document line guide is slidably secured to the panel stand at the sides to further retain documents and to provide for a line guide, and may also have magnification capabilities for easier reading.
Abstract: An adjustable wrist rest support for the wrist of a user engaged in repetitive motions of the fingers and hands, which wrist rest support comprises a support section having a top surface area with a shape to provide support to the wrist of a user, a base section, and a height adjusting platform therebetween snap-fitted together to provide for the selected slidable adjustment of the vertical height of the support section by the user relative to the base section to place the support section in a selected position for use in front of a computer keyboard on a work surface. The top support section has a wrist-cushioning sheet material placed over the top surface area and secured with inner reinforcing ribs, the material optionally having antistatic properties and connected to a metal clip, wire and ground.
Abstract: A wrist rest support for the wrist of a user engaged in repetitive motions of the fingers and hands, which wrist rest support comprises a support section having a top and bottom surface, the top surface having a surface area with a detachable, flexible, plastic wrist-cushioning sheet material thereon and a shape to provide support to the wrist of the user, a base section having a top surface to be detachably secured to the bottom surface of the support section, and a plurality of extending lugs on the support section and a plurality of lug-receiving spaces on the base section and aligned with and adapted to receive the lugs therein of the other section in a snug-fitting, detachable relationship to secure the support section to the base and to permit easy detachment of the sections from each other to enable the user to replace the flexible, plastic wrist-cushioning material if desired, and an outwardly extending planar section on the base section adapted to be grasped by the user for positioning the wrist rest
Abstract: A portable, compact, battery-operated light apparatus for use with a compact computer game having a LCD video screen for enhancing the visibility of the LCD screen in use, which light apparatus comprises a body with a battery compartment and having side panels which define an open viewing space and lights provided in the body element to provide for indirect lighting of the viewing space, the light apparatus comprising a portable, compact, battery-powered light apparatus and which includes ridges on the light apparatus which snap in a releasable manner onto the grooves in a compact computer game video system to releasably secure the light apparatus in position over the LCD video screen of the compact game system.
Abstract: A compact, portable combined light and magnifier apparatus and method for use with portable computer, such as a portable, hand-held video game, having a video screen, such apparatus comprises a body composed of a plurality of panels which define an open space generally the size of the video screen and a battery compartment to supply power and lighting means within the body to provide indirect lighting to the video screen, the body and the battery compartment containing ridges which provide for the body to be releasably secured to the computer with the video screen. The apparatus includes a cover to fit over the open viewing space of the body and pivotable between a closed, compact position adjacent the face side of the body and an open, use position extending generally perpendicularly outwardly from the face side of the body.
Abstract: A shirt storage and package apparatus for the shipping, storage, and display of shirts is described. The apparatus, preferably made of integrally molded polyvinylchloride plastic to insure visibility, includes a top cover having a generally rectangular shape; an upright collar insert integrally molded within and perpendicular to the plane of the cover; a bottom cover substantially identical to and placed opposite in orientation to the top cover; a means for moving the top and bottom covers between an open and a closed position; and a means for releasably locking the top and bottom covers to one another. The upright collar insert is adapted to fit within a shirt collar, thereby maintaining the the shirt in a non-crushable position. Two shirts can be accommodated in a back-to-back position and opposite orientation from one another within each apparatus, thereby allowing easy user and consumer inspection.