Lian Li presents NC-09 laptop cooler

Posted on Saturday, Apr 18 2009 @ 19:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Lian Li has presented a notebook cooler with a large 220mm fan. The Lian Li NC-09 will be available next month for $70.
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd has launched the NC-09 Notebook cooler pad. The brushed all aluminum black anodized structure has a huge 220mm 5V silent DC Fan with a blue LED and a large steel mesh which allows extra air-flow under the notebook. The Notebook Cooler has dual USB connectors with one mini USB power connector which can accept either a notebook power source, or a Universal 5V USB Cellphone charger. In addition there is a on/off switch to facilitate ease of use. The mini USB provides power to the fan and other USB connectors (Fan uses 300MA only).

The NC-09 cooler has a three level height adjustment, or alternatively the smooth base panel can conveniently be placed on a flat surface or on one’s lap. The NC-09 is perfect for High End notebooks, since Aluminum is four times more effective than steel to transfer and dissipate heat. The NC-09 has been designed for 12.1”/14”/15”/17” notebooks.

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Re: Lian Li presents NC-09 laptop cooler
by Anonymous on Sunday, Apr 19 2009 @ 17:06 CEST
Nice design, but one very cheap further enchancement would have been nice. Add a mesh underneath and on the sides, so the whole thing can sit in a lap comfortably and still get good input airflow to the fan. The Silverstone laptop cooler has the mesh on the underside and I think it's an idea that should be copied - it's really handy.

But a big fan - lots of airflow and a good big mesh on top (none of those airflow killing slat designs) are big wins, imo.

Good cooler!