You cannot say that Cooler Master is ever short on producing top quality cooling products for laptops. Over the past year we have reviewed no less than eight of them. Each geared toward one thing and that is offering a better way of keeping the temps down on your laptop. And just recently Cooler Master recent one of the Arc, a great product for those that want to place their tablet on a pedestal. A must have for watching videos without having to sitting there and hold the tablet. Cooler Master has changed the game a little and basically added these two types of items together into the NotePal ERGO 360.
Cooler Master offers several coolers aimed at a wide range of laptops, notebooks, MACs and net books. Their latest cooler is targeted towards the general masses meaning anyone owning one of the systems just mentioned could benefit from its use. And believe it or not, the user will benefit as well. Read on.
The U-Stand is Cooler Master’s latest laptop cooler. But this is not just any laptop cooler as Cooler Master has added some pretty neat features to this one. These features will set the U-Stand apart from many other coolers on the market even some of their very own. The U-Stand can support up to 17” laptops and has five adjustable height levels to allow for better comfort and usability.
It looks as if Cooler Master is back in the spot light again with a new notebook cooler, returning with the new NotePal X-Slim. The X-Slim is not out to dominate all the other coolers that Cooler Master has to offer, though. It’s more of a simple unit that is lightweight, easy to transport, adjustable and able to cool notebooks ranging from 7” to 17”.
This is the LapAir which has a simple design with great functionality. The LapAir is designed to be able to be taken from the office to the living room couch all in one device. For the last several months I have been using the Choiix Comforter for that purpose. Great on the desk’s surface and very comfortable while sitting in my favorite chair while watching the twins play.
Today, we realized that Cooler Master is not finished coming up with portable cooling solutions. We received yet another cooler from Cooler Master entitled the NotePal Infinite EVO. The Infinite EVO uses a unique shaped designed to increase its cooling capabilities by up to 20%. This would be pretty impressive considering some of the other coolers we have tested.
Antec has just released a sleek little cooler that is bound to drop the temperature any laptop up to fifteen inches. Which is an ideal size since most of the laptops sold today measure fifteen inches and under. Along with its stylish looks the Designer features a 110mm blower-fan and operates at 800RPM, making it whisper quite.