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Cooler Master NotePal U2 Plus Laptop Cooler

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Posted July 3, 2013 by Will in Cooling

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Release Date: Black currently available, Silver ETA August 2013 and Titanium ETA fall 2013.
 
Price at time of Review: $29.99 at Amazon for the black version.
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Great looks, lightweight, unique features, customizable fan positions, pass-through USB plug, quiet operation, doubles as a carrying case.
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Stand always rests at the same angle and depending on your seating arrangements may not be the best or most comfortable.
 
BOTTOM LINE:
If you're looking for a sleek laptop stand/cooler that's quiet and full of features definitely check out the Cooler Master NotePal U2 Plus.
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by Will
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Summary

Overall the NotePal U2 Plus is a great little laptop cooler. Without the fans you can use it as a stand. You can even use it as carrying case for your laptop.

 

The 80mm fans included with the U2 plus are adjustable and/or removable. They are also quiet yet move quite a bit of air.

 

The inclusion of a pass-through USB plug means no lost USB ports.

 

The addition of cable management tabs is a great extra feature to help keep your work space clean.

 

Cooler Master hit the proverbial nail on the head with the NotePal U2 plus. It combines light-weight construction, sleek styling and a boat load of great features. This is all for only $29.99 over on Amazon.com (at the time of this writing) for the black version. The silver will be available in August 2013 with the titanium coming later on in Q4 of 2013. For the low price, great performance and plethora of features I don’t hesitate one bit to give the NotePal Us plus our Great Hardware Award.

 

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