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Laptops are more common today than ever before due to their good performance yet compact size, and the fact that more people work and play "on the go" these days. Laptop performance is better than it has ever been thanks to shrinking chips and graphics processing units. With this increased performance comes increased heat which can reduce the lifespan of your laptop and also cause discomfort if you actually use it on your lap. Laptop cooling solutions are all around us and come in hundreds of different shapes, sizes and forms. Today we'll be looking at one of the latest coolers from Cooler Master - the NotePal U2 Plus. The NotePal U2 Plus comes in your choice of black, titanium or silver - (which we'll be looking at today).
Laptops are becoming increasingly common these days. They range from tiny inexpensive netbooks to 17"+ high-powered quad-core gaming rigs. With the advancement of high-performance mobile computing power comes the necessary evil of heat that's generated by these components. The biggest drawback that laptops have in the cooling department versus their desktop brethren is cooling. Desktop computers have room for large cooling units that can easily dissipate the heat generated by the internal components. Laptops, however, need to cool their parts with limited space. Many companies offer stands to place your laptop on that provide additional clearance for airflow, and some even have integrated fans that help force fresh cool air into your hot laptop. Cooler Master has sent us their latest laptop cooler, the NotePal A200, to check out so let's get to it!
Today I have the pleasure of reviewing two new arrivals from the Cooler Master NotePal family of coolers. The first device is the Cooler Master NotePal I-100. It is a slim and light-weight device cooler that’s easy to store and carry. It features not only the slimmest design to date, but also the lightest as well. The NotePal I-100 also packs a powerful 140 mm silent fan complete with a cable management system that’s powered by a USB connection. The Cooler Master NotePal I-100 is available in seven different colors: White, Black, Blue, Red, Orange, Green, and Pink. It should fit right in with your laptop, notebook, or tablet color scheme, and is ergonomically designed for a better viewing and working environment. It even supports laptops and net-books of up to 15.4 inches. The second device we have on the test bench is Cooler Master's NotePal Ergo 360. It is a cooler that is stylish and rugged in design with a brushed aircraft aluminum style. It incorporates two 80 mm fans for efficient cooling along with superb low noise levels. It also features multiple height settings for ergonomic management and includes two separate cooling solutions. The NotePal Ergo 360 is designed to create optimal comfort for laptop users and could be the ideal companion whether you’re at the office, gaming at home, or on the go. It has the capacity for Laptops of up to 17 inches and also accommodate tablets with its versatile laptop stand. The Cooler Master Ergo 360 also provide...