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Cooler Master Unveils the NotePal ErgoStand Easy Cooling Stand

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Cooler Master, a designer, manufacturer, and innovator of leading PC components and mobile accessories, today introduced an affordable new ergonomic stand, the ErgoStand Easy - available in silent fan and passively cooled fanless models.

Ergonomic Focus
ErgoStand Easy focuses on being a budget-friendly alternative for those seeking a high quality ergonomic stand to help reduce hand and wrist fatigue while using their laptops for long periods of time. To accomplish this ErgoStand Easy presents users with four separate height settings that allow the height to be set to an optimal viewing/typing angle. More comfortable usage and viewing angles help reduce the occurrence of injuries from using laptops. To ensure that the laptop doesn't shift during use, foldable and movable tabs are placed at the base of the cooling surface to hold your laptop in place.





Excellent Cooling
A nearly silent 100 mm fan model of Ergostand Easy significantly cools the base of your laptop. Airflow effectiveness is maximized by directing it through a specially engineered perforated aluminum cooling surface.

ErgoStand Easy is compatible with laptops up to 15.6".
 

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Is it just me or is CM releasing these notebook stands every few months?
 
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Every week, sir!! Notebook coolers and stands seems to be the latest "must have" crap!
 
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Is it just me or is CM releasing these notebook stands every few months?
well they don't got much else to release do they? they aren't exactly on the "technological front" thesedays
 
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