Wednesday , 17 August 2022

Cooler Master NOTEPAL ERGOSTAND LITE

Cooler Master NOTEPAL ERGOSTAND LITE

When you have that laptop sitting on your lap and things start to heat up it can become uncomfortable. Laptops seem to go from warm to hot, and sitting on your lap can produce a red area that isn’t healthy. It’s not only unpleasant at times but the cooling of the laptop vents out the sides and bottom which effectively makes you the heatsink for the laptop. The cooler a laptop runs, the longer the life the components, so it makes sense to have a laptop cooler. Today we are looking at the Cooler Master NOTEPAL ERGOSTAND LITE, which is designed for 9 to 17 inch laptops.

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Features

  • 5 ergonomic height settings for comfortable viewing angles
  • Movable, silent 160mm fan; supports 3 adjustable positions for better heat dissipation
  • Non-slip feet keeps your laptop in place
  • 2 USB outputs
  • Fan Speed Controller
  • Elegant metal mesh for better airflow

Specifications

Color: Black
Material: Metal Mesh, Plastic, Rubber
Dimension: 370 x 265 x 33 ~ 58 mm
Weight: 2.31 lbs
Operation Degree: 6.5 ~ 45 degree
Power: USB 5V DC
USB Port: USB 2.0/1.1×4 Mini-USB x1 (for power in)
Compatibility: Supports all 9″ ~ 17″ notebooks
Fan Dimension: 140 x 140 x 15 mm
Fan Speed: 700 ~ 1400 RPM
Bearing Type: Rifle Bearing
Noise Level: 15 dBa (Min.)
Fan Life Expectancy: 40,000 hours
Cable Length: 600 mm

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