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A laptop’s meant to go on your lap, right? Well, not when it’s hot enough to burn your legs. That’s where laptop stands come in, and it’s a growing market. The latest one to land on my desk (lap?) is the Swiss Gear Notebook Cooler. Available in black and pink, the Notebook Cooler not only acts as a platform for you laptop, but it also has two integrated fans to help keep your machine from overheating.
Intrigued by this premise, I decided to take the cooler for a spin. My notebook is a 12-inch widescreen–the Dell Inspiron 700m, but the cooler accommodates up to 17-inch models. Out of the box, the cooler comes in a compact case–you just slide out the drawer to reveal the two fans and place your laptop on top. Compatibile with PCs and Macs, the cooler is powered by USB and I found the included cord was more than long enough. On the bottom of the cooler is a cord keeper where you can stow away the USB cable when it’s not in use.
What I like is that the cooler is not obtrusive at all–it barely takes up any extra room and it can be easily stowed in your laptop case. Its fans are also super quiet–I couldn’t even tell they were on, in fact. Conveniently, the on/off switch is located on the cord within easy reach. And since it’s USB-powered there’s no need to worry about replacing or recharging batteries. I didn’t notice any slowdown in my laptop’s performance, and the cooler did seem to keep the machine relatively cool indeed. (In my subjective testing.)
The Swiss Gear Notebook Cooler will be available in early 2008 for $34.99 (black) and $39.99 (pink). I can’t say I’d pay extra for the pink model, although it has a nice matte finish. While it’s something I never thought I needed before, I like its multi-functionality. The cooler is not yet listed on the site, but you can see their other gear here.
Oh, and yes, this is the same company that makes the Swiss Army Knife.
Swiss Gear Notebook Cooler–Closed
With my laptop
Close-up with laptop
The switch, very close up.
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