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Thermaltake iXoft Notebook Cooler Review
Author: André Gordirro 92,488 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: June 29, 2007
Page: 1 of 5
Introduction

Weight is a major concern for those who buy a laptop. Since it’s supposed to be carried around, it has to be as lightweight as possible. Most people don’t realize however that heat is also an issue. Notebooks have a tendency to get really hot during prolonged usage. There are several cooling solutions on the market, most of them USB-powered fan units that are both heavy and noisy (click here to take a look at Cooler Master NotePal cooler and see what we are talking about). iXoft, a new product from Thermaltake, is neither, relying on simple chemistry to cool a laptop and prevent the user from feeling its heat.


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Figure 1: The iXoft Notebook Cooler.

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