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Cooler Master NotePal Laptop Cooler
Author: Gabriel Torres 128,534 views
Type: First Look Last Updated: March 19, 2006
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Installation and Usage

The installation is quite simple: just connect one end of the A/A USB cable that comes with the product at one available USB port on your laptop and the other end at one of the device’s USB port, as you can see in Figure 4.

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Figure 4: NotePal installation.

Using it on a desk in quite comfortable, since it has an ergonomic design. It puts your laptop in an angle that helps typing without tiring your wrists. This design also helps heat dissipation, since it creates a tunnel below your laptop for the fans to blow hot air, as you can see in Figure 6.

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Figure 5: Using NotePal on a desk.

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Figure 6: Side view of the product.

You can also use it on your lap, even though you may feel a little bit strange of having a ”small table“ on your laps. But after the benefits of having a laptop that doesn’t heat your lap anymore will compensate for this initial sensation.

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Figure 7: Using it on your lap.

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