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Notebook Cooler S

by Antec
4.5 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

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  • Mfr Part Number: NOTEBOOK COOLER TO GO
  • Features:
  • Protect your valuable investment and reduce heat-related instability
  • USB-powered cooler with pass-through connector included, Draw power from any USB port without
  • 2x quiet double ball-bearing fans for reliable extremely quiet operation
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Antec
  • Model Number: Notebook Cooler To Go
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Item Display Weight: 0.00 pounds

Product Description

Product Description


From the Manufacturer

Compact and portable, the Antec Notebook Cooler To Go delivers effective cooling power to your notebook or laptop while on the road. Featuring a quiet operation and the choice of two cooling speeds, this versatile accessory reduces heat buildup, helping extend the life of your notebook. The USB-powered cooler eliminates the need to carry additional batteries or power adapters. Lightweight and easy to pack, you'll take everywhere.

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Notebook Cooler To Go

At a Glance:
  • Compact and lightweight for travel

  • Two cooling levels

  • USB-powered connection

  • Runs quietly

  • Backed by a three-year limited warranty
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Antec Notebook Cooler To Go
Two fans with two speeds let you choose between maximum cooling or minimal noise. View larger.
Designed for Travel

The Antec Notebook Cooler To Go is the simple solution for cooling your notebook while on the road. Featuring a compact and lightweight design, it packs away easily. Keep your notebook cool, whether in the office or on the road, with the Cooler To Go.

Choice of Cooling Levels

With two quiet, ball-bearing fans, the Cooler To Go features an adjustable, two-speed switch. Choose from maximum cooling or minimum noise. At either setting, you'll effectively cool your notebook by increasing airflow and decreasing heat, protecting your investment over the long-term.


A USB cable (provided) is all that's needed to plug in your Cooler To Go and chill down your notebook, eliminating the hassle of extra batteries and power cords.

Quiet Operation

The two fans' double ball-bearing design ensures a quiet operation, so you won't be distracted by loud fan noise. Choose between the low setting that runs quietest, and the high setting that provides more cooling action.

The Antec Notebook Cooler To Go is backed by a manufacturer's three-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box

Notebook Cooler To Go and USB cable.

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Notebook Coolers (Portable)
Notebook Cooler Mini
Notebook Cooler Basic
Notebook Cooler To Go
To Go
Laptop Size Up to 17" Up to 14" Up to 19"
Powered by USB USB USB
Fans 1 unit 80mm none 2 units 80 x 15mm
1.0" x 9.0" x 4.8" Open: 1.1" x 10.6" x 9.4"
Closed: 0.4" x 10.6" x 9.0"
1.2" x 10.2" x 3.75"
Weight 0.4 lbs 0.7 lbs 0.59 lbs

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.9 x 7.5 x 1.9 inches
Item Weight 12 ounces
Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Item model number Notebook Cooler To Go
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #45,849 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
#229 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Laptop Accessories > Cooling Pads
Date first available at Amazon.com June 17, 2003


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I really shopped around. For my iBook G4 this has proven a good option for the price. It beats the Targus hands down, if one needs a fan only for one's desk--this cannot function on one's lap. It fits my 12" iBook very nicely, and I would imagine it is fine for 14". I can only guess larger widescreen laptop users might wish to comparison shop, though this may still be a live option. It angles the computer nicely, i.e. not too radically. It holds sturdily in place. The fan draws air from behind the computer under it. One result is a breeze out of the right side which may hit your mouse hand. I did find that proping up the front of my computer was important so that the breeze could fully effect where my laptop most needs it--yes with some breeze coming towards you at the high setting. This is the only limitation to the unique design--reversing fan direction might have been better. No fan keeps a laptop ice-cold, but this one does as much as one can imagine is possible without some extreme design. The low fan setting is quite effective and gently audible. The high setting is very audible, but is not an offensive sound--and I am quite sensitive to such things. The location of the setting switch is not entirely convenient--directly in the back, but it comes with the design. The USB jack has a socket built into it, so one may plug a second device into the same port the fan plugs into--a fantastic feature for little two USB notebooks. The fan is indeed portable and small enough to not effect desk space (it does not extend back any further than the top of the screen due to the latter's being angled). It has a blacklight-style indicator light which creates some glow behind the computer at night. A silly touch to which one can perhaps acclimate. An on-off switch would have been nice too.
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My 3.5 year old Averatec 3200 laptop started overheating about a year ago (I guess quite common with this model). At first it would only do so when rendering DVDs or other processor heavy computing. It came to the point where the laptop would just overheat and shut down when watching 5 minutes on youtube. I thought I had to buy a new laptop but then decided to give cooler a try. And IT WORKED WONDERS!!! No more overheating, not even when rendering my DVDs. The box said it cools down the laptop by 10+ degrees celsius - I haven't checked those numbers. The only thing to know about is that, though small, it is not meant to go directly under the laptop but slightly behind it with the laptop's back side resting on it. That means that the laptop is slightly tilted forward. The backside is about 1" higher than the front. Would recommend a cooler to anyone with a laptop.
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I have used many different notebook coolers. None of them were as good as this one is. Not only does it tilt the back of the laptop up slightly, it also has two speeds to keep your notebook running cool all the time. I had one for my Dell laptop. When I noticed my wife's laptop running warm, I bought one for hers too.

Do your laptop a favor and get one of these notebook coolers. If I could, I would have given this 4.5 stars is because the little gripper things fall off easy. It is not a huge problem.

Edited January 8, 2013. I STILL have the same notebook cooler and it still runs strong.
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இ Fuzzy Wuzzy's Summary:
ѾѾѾѾ Recommended with warm fuzzies.

Antec makes a large variety of high-quality computer accessories, desktop tower cases, power supplies, and fans. The Notebook Cooler's features are described and rated below:

ѾѾѾѾѾ Excellent 5-fuzzies feature ratings:

ѾѾѾѾѾ This dual-fan design has good build quality, it circulates a pretty good volume of air, and provides effective cooling, especially when it is run at the high speed setting.

ѾѾѾѾѾ The noise levels of 23 dBA at the low fan speed setting and 27 dBA at the high speed setting are pretty good relative to the size of the fans and the amount of air that is moved. In fact, its high-speed noise level is still likely quieter than most internal laptop fans that operate at their highest speed setting.

ѾѾѾѾѾ The Notebook Cooler S is powered by USB with a pass-through connector, so you do not lose a USB port when it is plugged in.

ѾѾѾ Average not-good not-bad 3-fuzzies feature ratings:

ѾѾѾ The two fan blowers pull air from the top of the cooler's honeycomb grill and blow that air through the front of the cooler. However, the air that is circulated underneath your laptop (that rests on the two triangular rubber pads) is not uniformly distributed. Both fans turn in a clockwise direction, and so most of the air flows from under the rear of the laptop and out through the left side of the laptop, leaving less air circulation to cool the right side of the laptop. Perhaps Antec designed this to divert the warm air out through the left side so that right-handers do not feel the blown-out warm air while moving their mouse around on the right side of the laptop?
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Surprising quality for the price. I prefer the 2-point style of cooler as they seem more stable in my experience. One note about this is that it is compact--only about 10" wide, which was perfect for my 11.6" laptop. I tried it on a 15" Dell just as a test, and it seemed stable enough, but be aware of the size difference for a standard to large laptop. The comments about the air blowing to the left are correct, not a big deal, even if I was a lefty I don't think it would bother me much. Only complaint is the lack of an on-off switch; it has a high and low setting but for my current setup, in which it is plugged into a continuous-power USB hub, I have to plug/unplug it or just let it run. It isn't really particularly portable either, despite the name--it would be ok for a business traveler who was going to have it set up at a desk in a hotel room, but not really convenient for someone who would be moving around more than that.
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