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Thursday, 01 April 2010 01:00

Cooler Master's NotePal ErgoStand reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Keep you notebook cool throughout the summer

It will soon be summer time, meaning abundance of hot days and this is probably a wise time to purchase a laptop cooler. The latest model to come from CoolerMaster’s offer is dubbed the NotePal ErgoStand, and today we’ll play with it to see what it has to offer. Note that this model was designed by Choiix, CoolerMaster’s peripheral device brand.

While laptops in general come with appropriate cooling, this works only in scenarios when you keep them on flat and solid surfaces. Naturally, most users tend to keep and/or use their laptops in their laps when sitting around the room or lying in bed, which usually results in key outlets getting blocked and might even lead to equipment overheating and failure. In order to prevent this, you can resort to various passive or active laptop coolers that at the same time serve as platforms.

NotePal ErgoStand is a universal cooler that functions as both a notebook stand and a cooling pad and is aimed at laptops from 9” to 17". Cooling is performed by one 14cm fan with rpm regulation, which means that you can choose whether you want quiet operation or optimum cooling performance. Furthermore, you can easily set the angle and to top it off – the device features a 4-port USB hub.


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