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Date: March 12th, 2007
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Antec
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS & FEATURES



NoteBook Cooler S's small size makes it the perfect traveling companion for your notebook computer. With a built in two speed switch, NoteBook Cooler S lets you choose between maximum cooling or minimum noise. Because of its low power consumption you don't have to worry about NoteBook Cooler S killing your laptop's battery while you work. Bring more stability to your notebook computer: pick up the NoteBook Cooler S and beat the heat.

  • Protect your valuable investment and reduce heat-related instability

  • USB-powered cooler with pass-through connector included. Draw power from any USB port without losing use of the USB port

  • 2 quiet double ball-bearing fans for reliable extremely quiet operation

  • Low power consumption

  • No batteries or power adapter needed

  • Light weight (easy to carry)

 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION




For a reasonable price of US$24-$30, the Notebook Cooler S is not an expensive cooling component. Anyone with a laptop should be easily able to afford it. Other than the user's manual, you will receive the cooler and not much more.

 

 


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