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on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 - 7:41pm

Antec DesignerAntec 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.

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on Sunday, November 21, 2010 - 1:25pm

FSB NB L90If you travel a lot having one always in your notebook travel bag can be of great benefit as doing this will eliminate you forgetting to take your original one along. I remember this happening to me last year when traveling to Las Vegas for CES. To combat that dilemma FSP Group (Fortron/Source) have produced the NB L90 laptop power adapter. The L90 is capable of producing a whooping 90 watts of power, or 4.74A at 19 volts (+/-1V), which is enough to power most laptops up to about 17”. We will be testing this new adapter on my Sony notebook to see if it is worthy of your hard earned dollar.

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on Friday, November 5, 2010 - 12:00am

coolermaster sf-19These are when we turn to desktop computers, or desktop replacement laptops. The latter is fast becoming a popular form of fragging into the wee hours of the night. These types of laptops are usually at least a 17” in size, or bigger depending on how much of a viewable screen you want and how much money you have. Some of the power houses can contain some very impressive hardware like quad core processors and SLi or Crossfire discrete graphics. But again we come back to the downside, and to these laptop monsters it is heat, which my 17” Sony F series puts out its share of. So I could only imagine what a real gaming laptop can produce.

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on Tuesday, August 31, 2010 - 4:55am

thermaltake massive23 lxThermaltake is one of those companies that is very serious when it comes to cooling products. Don’t believe me? Hop on over to their website and you will see everything from CPU cooling, to laptop cooling, and even personal cooling. And coming from Thermaltake's laptop cooling products is their very successful Massive line. The Massive series is aimed at persons whose laptops are of the larger and higher performance variety, like the Sony F series I currently have. It is today that we will be taking a look at their latest incarnation: the Massive23 LX. Does it have what it takes to keep a beast like the Sony F series cool? Read on and we shall see!

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on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 - 5:03am

notepal u3It seems that Cooler Master has not stop with the manufacturing of the laptop and has released a new NotePal entitled the U3. The U3 differ from the U2 in many ways much exciting feature would be the customizing of the fans to best fit your needs. Yes, you got it the fans can be adjusted to cool areas of the laptop where best needed. A must have for anyone needing extra cooling from an external source.

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on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 - 8:47am

choiix cruiserChoiix’s newest laptop platform is designed to make the computing experience more comfortable. As it provides a soft smooth surface to enjoy the pleasures of using your small portable computer. The Lapdesk also serves another function. It doubles as a desktop pad for your laptop as well. Choiix killed two birds with one stone with this new pad. Basically, anywhere you wish to sit your laptop, the Choiix Lapdesk helps to protect and keep the laptop cool.

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on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 - 6:38am

coolermaster ergostandCoolermaster's core components maybe PC cases and cooling, but they have not forgotten about the people who prefer the use of smaller computers. Not ceasing their support, Coolermaster has sent us their latest laptop cooler, the NotePal ErgoStand. This takes the NotePal series to a new level of cooling and comfort. The ErgoStand elevates your laptop to where you and your back are more comfortable and helps to eliminate carpal tunnel. Time to take a look at the new cooler.