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Belkin intros redesigned notebook cooling pad

updated 04:45 pm EST, Tue February 9, 2010

Belkin redesigns its powered notebook cooling pad

Belkin on Tuesday announced it has redesigned its Laptop Cooling Pad to now include a unique AirFlow Wing shape that is more efficient at taking heat away from the computer and a user's lap. At the same time, the design results in the notebook itself being quieter. The fan was repositioned compared to the previous pad and retains its USB power cable.

A storage compartment for the pad is included, and notebooks with screens up to 15.4 inches in size are said to fit comfortably. The pad will ship in April and carry a $30 price tag.









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  1. zaghahzag

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    maybe it does something now

    The old one didn't do anything. I bought it b/c my mbp was overheading and the cooling bad did literally nothing. I tested the measured temps on and off, and it didn't do ANYTHING, or rather, it did the same thing as putting something under the back of the computer like an eraser.

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