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Friday, 23 March 2007 09:20

Cooler Master NotePal S

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CEBIT 2007: Ideal for laptop desktop replacements

 

Using a laptop as a desktop PC replacement may at the first glance look as a better idea. It takes up less space, and it's mobile, but its ergonomical design pays the price of the two features.

 
NotePal S is adjustable aluminum cool pad and it presents all you need to eliminate wrist and back stress, and increase comfort of use. Its completely aluminum design not only allows efficient cooling but also allows you to adjust the laptop to your best viewing angle.

Notepal S has a 6 adjustable incline control, which is pretty sturdy, so there are no concerns about the laptop slipping from its pedestal.   

 
The non-slip surface will hold not only your laptop in one place but also the NotePal S. It is cute if it's not too expensive. 

 

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