Keep Your Notebook From Overheating While You Work
Let’s face it, electronics get hot and unfortunately your hardworking notebook computer is stuffed with them! However, thanks to the ingenuity of the fine folks over at 2Cool, this problem with heat can be dealt with easily and affectively. The Chill Station Cooling Fan features a portable, quality design weighing in at only ½ a pound and is made of durable ABS plastic. Its unique design allows it to expand and attach itself to many different sized notebooks making it quite the versatile accessory. The best thing about this device is that it’s USB powered so there’s no having to deal with batteries or power cords coming from out of the wall. You’ll have the coolest notebook on the block and you know it will look awesome attached to your mobile command center.
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If you spend long hours working or playing on your laptop, then you have experienced how hot they can get over time. Unfortunately, laptops are prone to overheating and unlike desktop PCs, a laptop’s hardware components are all in close proximity to each other with close to zero room for air circulation to keep them cool. If your laptop overheats it can do some serious damage to your internal hardware and possibly fail, resulting in the loss of your information. High temperatures in your laptop can lead to the failure of the video card, motherboard, memory modules, and hard drive and will decrease the lifespan. Hot laptops have also been known to be a fire hazard. The Chill Station Cooling Fan from 2Cool is a USB powered cooling fan that was designed to help ventilate and cool your computer while you work and is expandable to accomodate different size notebooks. The fan is protected with a metal mesh and the bottom of the unit has adjustable risers that elevate your notebook to a comfortable, ergonomic working position. Read More
- USB powered cooling fan
- Extremely portable, only weighs a 1/2 pound
- Expandable to accomodate different sized notebooks
- Made from durable ABS plastic