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Review: CoolerMaster NotePal I300 Laptop Cooler

Review: CoolerMaster NotePal I300 Laptop Cooler

CoolerMaster’s single-fan layout with the I300 might sound like a downgrade on paper compared to something like the dual-fan ERGO 360 that we reviewed last week. But there’s a reason - silence. While smaller, faster rotating fans are used to get more air flow into a small space, larger fans generally come pretty close to pushing the same amount of air at far slower RPMs resulting in that silence many computer users crave. In the IP300, CoolerMaster went...

Review: CoolerMaster NotePal ERGO 360 Laptop Cooler/Stand

Review: CoolerMaster NotePal ERGO 360 Laptop Cooler/Stand

Powerful laptops require serious cooling. And despite engineers’ best efforts, sometimes things just need a bit of a helping hand. And CoolerMaster is right there to help with their new NotePal ERGO 360. Out of the box you’ll find a nice perforated aluminum top plate that works well at dissipating heat and is complimented by two silent 80mm fans within the ERGO’s chassis. At 1700 RPM we found the fans to indeed be pretty quiet, though, silent they were...

Review: CoolerMaster Clutch Laptop Stand

Review: CoolerMaster Clutch Laptop Stand

As laptops have become more and more powerful, the need for bulky, beastly desktops has waned. Now, a laptop as thin as a thin pad of paper can do most tasks the common user needs, with only the harder core work of photo/video/music professional still requiring something more powerful. The only downside to a laptop still is the screen size, especially if you make one your “desktop” machine at home. That’s where external monitors come in. The only problem...

Review: LaCie Porsche Design P’9220 USB 3.0 1TB Mobile Drive

Review: LaCie Porsche Design P’9220 USB 3.0 1TB Mobile Drive

The LaCie Porsche Design P’9220 - the most beautiful external hard drive you’ve ever seen. Everybody needs to buy an external drive every once in a while. Most people want more storage for their files, many others use external drives for backing up files, some for a combination of both, like me. I’m a photographer, and I need both a lot of space for my growing photo library and multiple backup drives to sleep safe at night knowing that I...

Review: CoolerMaster Aluminum L-Stand.

Review: CoolerMaster Aluminum L-Stand.

If you’ve got two sweet Cinema displays (or multiple counts of your own personal favorite monitor), there’s no need to use your laptop display or this sleek, aluminum laptop stand that we reviewed the other day (CoolerMaster Jas Pro). For you, hiding your laptop up off your desk and out of the way is what’s needed. You could buy some cheap, flimsy plastic thing to hold your play/work machine. But don’t you want something that works well and looks...

Review: Coolermaster Jas Pro Aluminum MacBook Pro Stand.

Review: Coolermaster Jas Pro Aluminum MacBook Pro Stand.

Do you really need a laptop stand? More often than not we’d usually have said no. Unless your laptop has the thermodynamics of the sun and requires as much airflow as humanly possible, sitting your laptop flat on any given surface and going about your duties is fine. Cooling issues aside, propping a laptop up on a desk has never been something we do. That said, the accessory market is full of various types of stands in different colors, sizes and shapes. Today,...

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