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Thursday, 03 February 2011 11:00

Zalman ZM-NC3000U notebook cooler tested - Conclusion

Written by Muamer Odobasic
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Review: As cool as cucumber with a 220mm fan

 




Conclusion



Zalman ZM-NC3000U is a cooler for laptops up to 17’’. Thanks to the large fan, the cooler performs nice and will allow you to keep your laptop in your lap or use it while in the bed, with no worry of overheating.

ZM-NC3000U does a good job, as is evident from our test results. The 220mm fan allows for inaudible operation at minimum RPM, although it’s not loud even at maximum of 720RPM.

The cooler is priced at €35, which is about right for this kind of products. All in all – Zalman’s ZM-NC3000U laptop cooler is a simple but effective device that will definitely serve you and your laptop well.

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