Vizo Ninja II notebook cooler review

Today is the first time I'm taking a closer look at a product from Vizo, this firm focuses on external storage solutions, cooling products, and accessories. The subject of this review is their Ninja II notebook cooler - this product was designed for 15" and 17" notebooks with widescreen displays.

The Vizo Ninja II features an aluminum housing and is advertised as a silent and efficient laptop cooler. The Vizo Ninja II ships in the following box and when I received this product I was a bit surprised by its large size. It's much bigger than laptop coolers I've reviewed in the past.

  • For 15”~17” Large-size Widescreen Notebook PC
  • Reduce the temperature of your notebook PC for best performance
  • Aluminum housing for excellent heat dissipation
  • Dual fans provide the maximum airflow and air pressure
  • Low dBA level
  • Powered by USB, no adapter necessary
  • Ergonomic designed angle for easy typing
  • Easy to install
  • Specifications:
  • Housing Dimensions : 400mm x 300mm x 40mm
  • Housing Material : Aluminum
  • USB BUS Power : 5V / 500mA
  • DC Fan Dimensions : 70 x 70 x 15 ( 2 PCS )
  • Bearing Type : Sleeve Bearing
  • Speed : 2000 RPM
  • Noise Level : 20 dBA
  • Max Air flow : 13.72( Min:11.22 )CFM
  • Rated Voltage : DC 5 V
  • Rated Current : 0.24 ( Max:0.34 ) A x 2
  • Compatibility : 8" ~ 17" notebook PC
  • Weight : 1250 g

  • The entire cooler is made out of aluminum, I got the version with a matte black finish but this product is also available in silver. The front features the Vizo logo, a large Ninja logo, a couple of ridges, and a mesh for the two fans.

    Added: January 15th 2008
    Product reviewed: Vizo Ninja II notebook cooler
    Reviewer: Thomas De Maesschalck
    Score: 8.25/10
    Page: 1/3

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    Thomas De Maesschalck

    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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