Friday, April 22nd 2011

EverCool Announces Dr. Cool, World's First Router Cooler

Guess what it is. A crab? The tool for clip game? Or a small UFO? It is the new cooler launched by EVERCOOL, who is always driven by the coexistence of both cooling and aesthetics, but also emphasizing the usability. Dr. Cool is the World’s first specialized cooler for Routers and IP sharing devices with a unique design. It was conceived with three features in mind: branding, creative aesthetics and effective cooling. This last being where EVERCOOL pays special attention to, as well as taking into consideration user’s feedback. It has a white, delicate and compact appearance that makes it attractive to people’s eyes.

Dr. Cool provides a cooling solution to address overheating problems. Using one 8cm long-life fan it provides sufficient airflow to achieve silent cooling, effectively dissipating the heat. It also helps prevent damage caused by heat by long periods of operation and extend the router’s or IP sharing device’s life expectancy.

The retractable clip design makes Dr. Cool compatible with different sizes of routers (IP sharing devices), additionally it can be used for 2.5” portable hard disks, tablet PCs, Netbooks or other accessories. The multi-clip design makes it very easy for users to install it, just place and clip. Soft pads inside the clips further secure the router or devices as well as preventing it from sliding. Dr. Cool can powered by either USB or a DC power transformer, which makes very convenient for users.



As its name suggests, Dr. Cool has multiple functions and just like a Doctor has extensive knowledge in the cooling field. The reasonable price gives it a very good cost/performance value. Cooling solutions are not only limited to PC, Dr. Cool is a suitable cooling alternative for routers and IP sharing devices.
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22 Comments on EverCool Announces Dr. Cool, World's First Router Cooler

#1
hat
Maximum Overclocker
Maybe this would help with some of those wireless routers that crash/drop connections frequently... but I wouldn't want to pay very much for this. I guess it's a legitimate product... I can think of other methods to cool routers, but this one doesn't void any warranties. I hope they don't plan on charging any more than $20 for it.
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#2
Kovoet
Looks a clever little item but does it really make a difference
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#3
pantherx12
Easier to just take the casing of your router.

Much better thermals for free!
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#4
1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
Now I can overclock my router! Prob going to switch to LN2 soon though.
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#5
Fourstaff
As much as I would like to diss this product as snake oil, I can't, because modded routers are bloody hot. Extra points if its cheap and works well, because the "strap on 12cm fan" technique is very effective and cheap.
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#8
Fourstaff
by: freaksavior
I thought they made something like this... oh wait they did.
http://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&node=2243862011&tag=tec06d-20
Ehh, you linked us to laptop cooling pads, this is router cooler. router cooler is probably 7", laptop cooler goes all the way up to 17" or more. Completely different products, but with same purpose.
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freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
by: Fourstaff
Ehh, you linked us to laptop cooling pads, this is router cooler. router cooler is probably 7", laptop cooler goes all the way up to 17" or more. Completely different products, but with same purpose.
I know I did. I've used those pads for my ps3, xbox, xbox360, my router, my macbook pro, my moms dell etc.
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#10
Fourstaff
by: freaksavior
I know I did. I've used those pads for my ps3, xbox, xbox360, my router, my macbook pro, my moms dell etc.
Isn't it nice to have a smaller version if you don't have as much space? :)
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#12
TheLaughingMan
Is it just me, or does Dr. Cool look like a Router Head Crab in the last 2 pictures?
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#13
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: TheLaughingMan
Is it just me, or does Dr. Cool look like a Router Head Crab in the last 2 pictures?
It's basicly what it is.

If it's cheap this is a good idea.
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#15
SetsunaFZero
lol stupid if u need something like this than ur router is a failure :D
well u could just open ur device and place a heat-sink on the IC, thats what i did. Yes my router fails xD
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#16
freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
by: Wile E
I'd rather have the evercool. More mounting options.
I would like a graph that listed real routers.
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#17
extrasalty
by: freaksavior
I would like a graph that listed real routers.
And what would be the title for it "The Shitlist"?:nutkick:
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#18
D007
I've never had a router that got so hot it crashed..lol.. not like it's running an i7 on a stock cooler or something.. XD
but hey, if you do, I guess it might be good for you.
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#19
Wile E
Power User
by: D007
I've never had a router that got so hot it crashed..lol.. not like it's running an i7 on a stock cooler or something.. XD
but hey, if you do, I guess it might be good for you.
Most home routers start to get a bit warm when you run 15+ device on them simultaneously. I had to move to using a separate router as a wireless AP to handle the wireless devices, as my DIR-655 kept locking up from heat with the wireless turned on.

I should really move to using my server for routing as well.
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#20
_JP_
U jelly?



And it didn't cost me a dime. Just common rubber feet you can find in various things. I've had it like this for a long time. Works very well, neither the HDD and the router get too hot. I meant to take these pictures the day the news came out, but I was missing the camera.
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#22
_JP_
Wow, very nice. It's a good solution, but mine already had enough holes. Just not enough ventilation space. Plus, with a HDD beneath it, it was starting to get to much heat in one place.
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