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Laptop Coolers Or Cooler Pads

Updated on March 5, 2010

Do You Need Laptop Cooler Mats?

First of all you have to decide whether you need a laptop cooler pad or chill mat to cool your notebook PC. There are people who love working in notepads rather than the desktop computers. To be honest, I like to work on a laptop rather than my desktop PC. I think it feels free to work on a laptop. So for those who are really making use of their laptop, then you must need a laptop cooler pad. A laptop cannot replace a desktop PC when it comes to issues of heating. You know that very well. But options are that you can make it happen if you choose the right cooling pad. It is recommended for those who are passionate about games.

A laptop always contains the necessary components that are capable of cooling the circuit elements. But if you work day and night on your PC, you cannot satisfy with the built-in elements. here comes the use of cooling pads. Cooling pad comes in various styles, sizes and different fan types and numbers.  Some will have 2 fans,  some with 3 fans etc. If you are looking for a laptop cooler that suits your budget, then I can show you my compiled list of some stuffs that I made after continuous search and by customer opinions and reviews.


I don't believe in Ads ....

Yes, I experienced this in the last days. There are a lot of sites who come up with reviews of laptop coolers that are almost dishonest. Some of the cheap products they introduced were not at all in the amazon list. even though it is a small investment, you should select the best one that suits your need.

Antec Cooler is the most heard one. I think people really like the design. Its designed in the form of air holes all over the surface. That's the major difference. So it is natural to think that these surface provides the most cooling environment for your notebook. And I am happy to see that this stuff got the first place in CNET review also.

Belkin is the next one. This one has a good brand name and build quality. I am amazed to see the number of searches people made last year excluding the spelling variants. It has a centralized fan structure which just takes the hot air in a spiral fashion. But the surface is not widespread with air holes like in antec cooler pads.

You can find a lot of similar stuffs and models if you look at the customer reviews and ratings. Not all of them are doing good. But there are really cool stuffs that you can get for an affordable price.

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      climberjames 

      8 years ago from Steel City

      @Coolmon2009 - me too! Thanks for the informative Hub HubMania - climberjames

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      Coolmon2009 

      8 years ago from Texas, USA

      good information - i need to think about getting a cooling pad

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