Monday, November 18th 2013

LEPA Debuts the LEPAD V17 Notebook Cooler

In 2011, the LEPA brand entered the European market. Until now, the product range includes mainly PC power supplies and case fans. With the notebook cooler LEPAD V17, the company now launches the first mobile computer device.

Seamless Fan Speed Control
LEPA stays true to its roots and presents a quality product with excellent performance capability. The integrated 14 cm fan offers a wide speed range with 800 to 1,300 RPM. Users can adjust the speed setting seamlessly and well-balance the cooling performance and noise generation. The mesh surface of the cooling pad enhances the air circulation and ensures an efficient notebook cooling.

Ultra-Slim Profile and Cool LED Light
The LEPAD V17 impresses by its ultra-slim profile and elegant design. Blue LEDs create a cool, atmospheric light. The height and angle of the cooling pad can be adjusted in three steps, so that users can adopt it to their individual needs for maximum comfort. An external power source is not required. The cooler is powered by USB. For power-saving USB devices (eg. mouse and pen drive with max. 100mA power consumption), the LEPAD V17 pad provides an additional USB port.

LEPAD V17 (LPCP001) is now available for sale. The cooler supports notebooks with max. 17-inch screens. MSRP incl. VAT: 17.99 Euro.
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2 Comments on LEPA Debuts the LEPAD V17 Notebook Cooler

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Press release sounds like it was written by an Asian....

Because it sounds just like their 'About us' page on their website

the english is so broken in this one you can almost smell the chow mein that hangs in the air like a thick cloud of dust after the collapse of a tall building.

but "LEPA stays true to its roots" made me giggle inside a bit - Its like boutique car manufacturer that has made hand built cars from the ground up for 40years suddenly deciding to quit the auto industry and turn its factory a factory making boutique prams for babies then after a few decades of making prams they make a humble return to the auto industry because new management believes in "staying true to their roots" as a boutique auto manufacturer
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arterius2
by: FreedomEclipse
Press release sounds like it was written by an Asian....

Because it sounds just like their 'About us' page on their website

the english is so broken in this one you can almost smell the chow mein that hangs in the air like a thick cloud of dust after the collapse of a tall building.

but "LEPA stays true to its roots" made me giggle inside a bit - Its like boutique car manufacturer that has made hand built cars from the ground up for 40years suddenly deciding to quit the auto industry and turn its factory a factory making boutique prams for babies then after a few decades of making prams they make a humble return to the auto industry because new management believes in "staying true to their roots" as a boutique auto manufacturer
google translator, actually one of the better ones I've seen, most Asian companies are usually too stingy to hire a real translator.
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