Cooler Master NotePal Infinite notebook cooler

Posted on Monday, Jul 09 2007 @ 13:22 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master has presented a new notebook cooler, the NotePal Infinite. This product is compatible with 12" to 17" widescreen notebooks and is designed to cool down your laptop's CPU, GPU, RAM, HDD and optical drives.

The company claims the CoolerMaster NotePal Infinite can cool down notebooks by up to 17°C at relatively quiet noise levels.
All this begins from the desire to resolve the increasing hassles from multiple heat sources in today’s notebooks. NotePal infinite∞ is dedicated to cooling down multiple heat sources at once, such as CPU, GPU, memory modules, DVD recorders, and hard drive(s) during notebook operation. Thanks to the innovative cooling principle, NotePal Infinite ∞ offers infinite airflow (see below) to increase the cooling area by 150%, compared to traditional notebook coolers. Moreover, covered with a large metal mesh surface, it helps to cool down the notebook up to 17 degrees Celsius. This unique cooling mechanism achieves excellent silent cooling performance and brings to the notebook users a whisper-quiet working environment (15-20.5 dBA).

At the rear side, 3 adjustable fan speeds (high, middle, low) is a value-added option to improve your working environment. Also, the special design of the air intake at the rear allows for convenient usage anywhere, in bed or on the sofa, without blocking the airflow. Besides, the unique design for easy cable management (hook and slot) at the rear side is the perfect answer to your cable management worries.
The NotePal Infinite also tries to improve ergonomics with its 8.5 degree operation angle, which should minimize pressure and strain on the wrists during heavy notebook use.

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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