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Enermax AeroOdio Notebook Cooler

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Posted November 20, 2013 by Mike in Cooling
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Overview

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Release Date: Currently Available
 
Price at time of Review: $49.99
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

DreamBass speakers sound amazing given the price of the unit, cable management works great for at least two accessories, fan runs extremely silent
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

A bit bulky for mobile use
 
BOTTOM LINE:
If you require great sound, exceptional cooling and a clean desktop space, the Enermax AeroOdio needs to be on your list of notebook accessories.
by Mike
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Final Thoughts

 

The end of another review is upon us, and in this instance we are left with a lovely taste in our mouths. With a great sounding set of DreamBass-powered speakers, cooling that is exceptionally powerful and quiet, brilliant cable management and a price that doesn’t offend our wallets too much, Enermax continues to deliver exceptional quality and performance without asking a lot in return. It’s true that you may not want to carry this around with you very much since it is a bit on the bulky side, but there really isn’t anything else we could think of that we didn’t like about this notebook cooler.

We’ve exhausted our thesaurus by now. The Enermax AeroOdio is probably one of the best notebook cooling pads out there, and it is with great pleasure that we award it the Editor’s Choice award from Pureoverclock.com

Enermax AeroOdio CP006

Thanks to Enermax for sending us the AeroOdio for review, and as always feel free to discuss this and other PC-related topics in the forums.

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2 Comments


  1.  
    Michael

    Some time ago I became the user of this cooling pad. Yes.. It presents itself so well that it made on me quite an impression – in addition it was not made ​​from cheap plastic. It perfectly holds all flat surface. The cooling fan dropped the temperature of my notebook’s HDD about 8 degrees but I think it is for me too noisy – I can hear it all the time (well, unless I’m wearing headphones). Maybe it’s caused from keeping cooling pad on a wooden small table, but otherwise I didn’t check. Besides, at a lower fan speed I can hear a clattering, so leave it at max speed.
    And what with these two inconspicuous speakers under the cover caps? I think that it’s playing much better than those in my notebook (although this has 4 speakers and 1 subwoofer) – the sound is loud, clear, more pure and cool for music and watching the movies. Bass is weak. The volume level we can only change by the dial located at the rear of the pad.




  2.  
    Frank

    Thank you Michael for your comment! It seems like the only negative is noise. And I don’t care about that because I use headphones almost all the time. So I’m gonna buy it. :)





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