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Cooler Master Introduces the NotePal X3 Notebook Cooler

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer today announces an expansion to its top-selling NotePal X Series of laptop coolers, the NotePal X3.

    It brings the high cooling potential and futuristic aesthetic of the X-themed form factor that is implemented in every NotePal X Series laptop cooler. NotePal X3 is well-equipped to cool laptops up to gaming and workstation desktop replacements and other high processing power systems.

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    Featuring a design focused on cooling the hottest laptops, NotePal X3 comes with a huge 200 mm cooling fan installed. This fan operates at user specified speeds with the integrated fan speed control dial. This works with a metal mesh that is made to increase airflow while still retaining a passive cooling ability. It is height adjustable with two different angles to make viewing and typing more ergonomic.

    NotePal X3 was created with users with balmy or sweaty hands in mind in that it features a focused airflow to assist in keeping hands cool when things become more intense. By supporting up to 17" laptops and including a blue LED for ambiance, NotePal X3 rounds out its offerings and makes it a smart and affordable buy for any user.

    MSRP: $39.99
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    Would've been nice to see support for larger lappy's, especially considering that most enthusiast model's are going to be (presumably) larger than 17". If i was in the market for an enthusiast/desktop replacement lappy i know it'd have a 18.4" screen :eek: For $40 it seem's like a great product if it fit's :)

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