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Jetart CoolStand 2 NC5000 notebook cooler

Notebooks feature a lot of hardware in a tiny enclosure and have only limited cooling. If you regularly use a notebook you've probably already noticed that these machines can get quite hot.

A notebook cooler is one of the easiest ways to lower the temperature of your notebook. In this review I take a closer look at the Jetart CoolStand 2 NC5000. This is a multifunctional cooler with 360-degree swivel base and adjustable ergonomic stands.

The CoolStand 2 ships in a flashy cardboard box. According to the specifications the product features an ultra silent fan and can be used with 12"-17" notebooks.



The product is made out of black plastic. Here's a look at the front:



Features:
  • 360-degree swivel base
  • Ergonomic adjustable stand
  • Ultra silent fan
  • USB power supply
  • Unique cable storage design
  • Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 320 x 300 x 25mm
  • Power: USB cable
  • Voltage: DC 5V
  • Current: 0.13A
  • Power consumption: 0.7W
  • Fan speed: 2300RPM
  • Noise: 20dBA
  • Weight: 585g
  • One of the special features of the CoolStand 2 is it's 360° swivel base. That's a pretty nice feature if you quickly want to show something to a friend or colleague. The base also has some rubber feet to prevent slipping.



    Added: November 19th 2007
    Reviewer:
    Score: 7.5/10
    Related Link: Jetart
    Page: 1/3



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