The LifeCool notebook cooling pad features a mini-USB port, 120mm blue LED fan, while measuring 17.30" x 13.76" x 3.22" and weighing in at 2.49 lbs. The fan speeds can be adjusted from 800 to 1500 RPM, with a rated fan noise of 30.5 dBA (max). If the blue LED light isn't your style, the LifeCool features an on/off control for the light.
In addition, the LifeCool offers a non-slip, skid proof rubber surface design, along with an ergonomic "angel" design for a comfortable use while on bed, desk, kitchen/coffee table or by garden/poolside.
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If the price is right, I'd be awesome to get just for looks.Reply
That looks very nice. I'd love to have one to cool my laptop down, though it looks relatively large so I wouldn't be taking it to university.Reply
If 1) your laptop was designed correctly and 2) you didnt use your laptop on the floor/carpet/bed you wouldn't need this product or any similar product as they should NOT be needed.Reply
Any laptop should be able to run 100% in any condition, anything anywhere without anything extra, if it doesn't its faulty.
If you own any sort of relatively high power notebook, e.g. ASUS G-series, MSI GT683... etc then you will know most large notebooks have stupid cooling designs. Their stupid cooling designs then leads to CPU throttling, GPU FPS drops, reduce in life-span and very very warm palm rest...
You can also try HP, most of the slightly older notebooks have a weird bend next to their heatsink which traps tremendous amount of dust... Or some even older Acer notebooks, they run extremely hot and eventually, something will be toasted inside within 3 years...
Some notebooks, do need cooler. "Just Saying. -____-""
As of this particular pad, the height seems rather large and cannot be adjusted...
MSI lol there a joke, HP yes there cooling designs redirect (kill airflow) with stupid ~45º down angle airflow direct and asus are generally well designed with exceptions.Reply
Nvidia GPU's and chipsets regardless of cooling WILL die after a few years - there poor products (still) - this product will not stop that.
I work with this junk year in year out i repeat IF IT DOES NOT WORK ON ITS OWN (the laptop) ITS FAULTY
More than half of the ROG notebooks from ASUS have stupid cooling system, only the "newer" G74, G73, G53, those "stealth fighter" designs have some better cooling.
Nvidia GPU's die after a few years? Don't know about that, but most of my ATi / AMD graphics cards fry first... HD5750, X1900 XT... even the Nvidia 6400 GO is still going strong after 6 years... In my experience, ATi seems to be... a cheap alternative.
I have an Ultra Notebook cooler right now and I am not that satisfied. If this is priced reasonably I am thinking of getting this. *crosses fingers*Reply
lol what so a brand new laptop under 100% load furmark+prime should shut off without a "laptop cooler" ?Reply
you just accept that its like that, like it isnt a fault?
sorry but my expectation are different from yours, seems I expect too much ;) to buy a laptop but for it to not work, a gaming laptop that cant game right yeah your right
you know im right :)Reply
apache_livesIf 1) your laptop was designed correctly and 2) you didnt use your laptop on the floor/carpet/bed you wouldn't need this product or any similar product as they should NOT be needed.Any laptop should be able to run 100% in any condition, anything anywhere without anything extra, if it doesn't its faulty.Reply
This guy has a point. I would take any laptop back that doesn't stand on its own. Also, if your laptop didn't need one before, but it's overheating now, then you have other problems. It amazes me how many people buy $20+ laptop coolers when they really need a $5 can of compressed air.
Keep your laptop well maintained and you'll only need a laptop cooler to keep your LAP cool... not the laptop.