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Wednesday, November 25, 2015
By: Rachel Reviczky
From: Calgary AB
has an LED light
ports seem cheap fan has low rpm doesn't cool
I turned it on and I was basically watching the fan spin so slow that I could trace the rotations. It barely cooled my laptop more than if I just had it sitting on the table. Not worth, there's way better out there at more affordable prices.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Light, quiet, inexpensive.
No AC adapter, no angle adjustment, no speed adjustment.
A nice simple cooling product. LED isn't nearly as obtrusive as the pics make it look, and it can be shut off. Delivers air to a large surface and runs very quietly because of the large fan. My laptop fan doesn't crank to high anymore, just medium - which is good enough for me. The airflow is fairly low, so it may not be appropriate for hot-like-the-surface-of-the-sun gaming laptops.
Monday, February 27, 2012
Quiet, eye candy, cheap.
Only drops temp by 1-2C on CPU/GPU on i7 ASUS K53SV. Big fan, but slow speed.
Only drops temp by 1-2C on CPU/GPU on i7 ASUS K53SV, and not able to adjust the fan speed, 1-2C won't effect your overall performance much if your cpu/gpu is running ~80C.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
By: John K
200mm fan is quiet. Switch to turn off the LEDs. Passthrough USB port. Little door stores USB cable.
Fan is low speed, not adjustable. Only 1 USB port. No ac adapter.
Bought for my PS3 because it died 4 times (arg). Added little sticky feet to bottom of PS3 to increase height. Cooler keeps bottom of ps3 cool and allows nice circulation around ps3. Does not interfere with PS3's own cooler. I suppose other coolers may work as well or better. This is the first one I tried.