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Thermaltake Announces LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad

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Thermaltake, a cult brand for the enjoyment of entertainment, eSports, technology and lifestyle, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components, with “delivering the perfect user experiences” as our mission, is pleased to announce a global launch of a brand new LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad for your e-lifestyle and A-entertainment (fruity entertainment).

Designed for maximum cooling performance and excellent flexibility, the LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad extends the lifespan of the notebooks/laptops/ tablet PC and reduces the risk of heat failures of the notebook components. The LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad is an ultimate cooler with excellent ergonomics between you and your notebook/ laptop or tablet PC while you are working, enjoying games at your desk or on the road. Both appearance and functionality make the LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad the best possible choice in the market for cooling and entertainment.



The new Thermaltake LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad, is set in a delicate attitude and is specially designed toward users who pursuit for a unique e-lifestyle or better entertaining ambiance. High-quality materials and finely structured surfaces, stylish details, the LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad is styled with a front white metal mesh, presented with a glassy plastic cover and stand/holder and with the cool blue LED light effect, which will definitely be an aid to your inimitable attitude of your cool life.

The LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad not only supports all 10”~17” of notebook/laptop, it could also be a great solution for your tablets too. To the left of the LifeCool has an unmarked mini-USB port, furnished with a 120mm blue LED fan, and accompanied by a on/off control knob which can adjust the fan speed from 800RPM to1500RPM giving you the flexibility you desired under any circumstances. As an additional feature, the LifeCool Notebook Cooling Pad offers a great clench using non-slip, skid proof rubber surface design and ergonomic angel design for a comfortable use while on bed, desk, kitchen/coffee table or by garden/poolside.

For more information, visit the product page.
 
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Why is this news?

lol

I've no idea why companies announce products like this.
 
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and thats the same product again
ive seen most come in the same design with single fan or double fan and all of them blow the air to laptop
 
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Why is this news?

lol

I've no idea why companies announce products like this.
coz they say "which will
definitely be an aid to your
inimitable attitude of your cool
life."
if you have cool life you must have it =)
 

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Nice going TT, but the market is FLOODED with lappy coolers. I especially like the look of the Coolermaster X1, But I will stick with my trusty Zalman NC1000 that ive had for 3 or 4 years now. I bought it for £20 back in the day. It now retails at around £30
 

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lol 120mm fan all so supports 17 laptop's.. I can tell ya now that cooler would do bearly any thing for our laptop with the fan being there.

BIGGER fans with higher speed i want see which allow you you to flip the fan to test which way works better for your needs.
 
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CFM rating ?
 

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