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Thursday, 14 July 2011 06:20

Cooler Master NotePal Infinite EVO tested - 2. The Package

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: It can be better

Packaging lists all important features of the Infinite EVO. We learned that EVO weighs in at 1.2kg, although we thought that it’s actually much lighter. The top part is made of aluminum whereas the rest is plastics.

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Inside the box, you’ll find a USB cable with mini-USB connector, which is used to power the fans.

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