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Antec USB-Powered Notebook Cooler

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  • Protect your valuable investment and reduce heat-related instability
  • Works great with both Mac and PC
  • USB-powered cooler (draw power from any USB port)
  • No batteries or power adapter needed
  • AQ3 Antec Quality three-year warranty
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Antec
  • Model Number: Notebook Cooler
  • Color: Silver

Product Description

Product Description

  • Protect your valuable investment and reduce heat-related instability.
  • USB-powered cooler with pass-through connector included.
  • Draw power from any USB port without losing use of the USB port.
  • Low power consumption
  • No batteries or power adapter needed.
  • 2 Double ball-bearing fans for reliability.
  • FANS- 2 x 70mm, 2500 RPM (average)
  • AIRFLOW- 31.6
  • CFMNOISE- 25.9 dB(A )
  • POWER- 30\" power cable included
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • From the Manufacturer

    Chill out and keep your notebook running trouble-free for longer with the cooling protection of the Antec Notebook Cooler Classic. Designed to fit under your notebook or laptop, the stylish Cooler reduces the wear on your notebook through its cooling aluminum surface, while two, built-in horizontal blowers quietly whisk heat away. Compatible with Macs and PC notebooks measuring up to 15 inches, the Cooler uses a USB connector, eliminating the need for batteries or power adapters.

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    Notebook Cooler Classic

    At a Glance:
    • Cool your notebook and extend its life

    • Operates quietly without distracting noise

    • Stylish form fits Macs and PCs measuring up to 15 inches

    • Runs off a simple, low-power, USB connector

    • Backed by a three-year limited warranty
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    Antec Notebook Cooler Classic
    Double ball-bearing fans offer whisper-quiet operation. View larger.
    Cool Down your Notebook and Keep it Running Longer

    Heat buildup can shorten the life of your notebook; cooling it helps it run longer and more reliably. The Antec Notebook Cooler Classic conducts heat away from your notebook's delicate components, reducing the risk of heat-related instability. Protect your notebook with the dependable Cooler.

    Whisper-Quiet Operation

    Designed with two, double ball-bearing fans that quietly draw cool air in and exhaust hot air out, the Cooler efficiently whisks heat away from your notebook. Running in near silence, the Cooler operates without added noise or distracting sounds.

    Stylish Design

    The Cooler features a sleek, aluminum surface combined with a streamlined design that blends with the look of your notebook or Mac. Choose between the black or pearl finish. Running cool and smooth never looked better.

    No Batteries or Power Adapters Required

    The low-power USB connector (provided) is all you'll need to plug in your Cooler and chill down your notebook, eliminating the hassle of extra batteries and power cords. In addition, the low power consumption reduces energy usage, avoiding a drain on your notebook battery.

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

    What's in the Box

    Notebook Cooler Classic and USB cable.

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    Notebook Coolers (Standard)
    Notebook Cooler Classic
    Notebook Cooler Max
    Notebook Cooler Designer
    Ideal for All users Gamers All users
    Powered by USB USB USB
    Fans 2 x 70mm 1 x 200mm 1 x 110mm
    Life 20,000 hours 50,000 hours 20,000 hours
    0.9" x 13" x 11.2" 2.6" x 16.8" x 11.6" 1.7" x 13.0" x 11.0"
    Weight 1.6 lbs 4.7 lbs 1.1 lbs

    Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 13 x 11.2 x 0.9 inches ; 2.8 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
    • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
    • ASIN: B0000BVYTV
    • Item model number: Notebook Cooler
    • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,175 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
    • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
    • Date first available at August 2, 2003

    Customer Reviews

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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    Antec's USB-Powered Notebook Cooler is a very good unit that is better than most alternatives. Cooling is essential for laptops. It can improve a computer's performance and useful life. No cooler will make your notebook ice cold, but this one will definitely lower the temperature. It works REGARDLESS of notebook design, and I will explain how.

    The pros FAR OUTWEIGH the cons. I have added most of these cons after long term use. These are mostly nit-picky cons, and this unit is still a great value. That holds true for both the original unit and the updated design.
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    145 of 150 people found the following review helpful By Neil S. Majd on April 13, 2008
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    Most of laptop cooler/chill pads are made of PLASTIC and use fans that blow air TOWARDS the laptop. What impresses me about this product is that the cooling surface is made of ALUMINUM (just like the aluminum casing used to keep portable hard drives cool) and its fans PULL/SUCK HOT AIR AWAY from underneath the laptop. This method of REMOVING hot air is superior to blowing room temperature air at the laptop (it's also the same mechanism used by laptop/desktop internal fans).

    MY TESTS: I compared the latest Targus high-speed chill mat (Model PA248U) to this one. After running the laptop for one hour on each, I noticed the surface of the laptop (keyboard, palm rest, touch pad, etc.) was the same in both cases (very cool). But there was a noticeable difference on left side of my laptop (where my Dell's internal fan exhausts warm air). With the Targus, there was noticeable amounts of warm air being exhausted by the laptop's internal fan. With the Antec, there was much less warm air being exhausted than the Targus. So the Antec does a superior job cooling the laptop since the laptop's internal fan was exhausting less hot air.

    MINOR DETAILS: The Antec allows you to control the speed of the fan (high or low) while the Targus is fixed, presumably at high (and is rather noisy). The Targus does have a simple push on/off switch; the Antec does not (you have to unplug it for off). The Antec's USB cord is pass-through meaning Antec will NOT take us one USB slot (the Targus did not have this feature). The Antec has a very strong Blue LED light to indicate it is on (it could be helpful as an on/off indicator, but it is very annoying in low-light condition because it is very bright).

    BOTTOM LINE: Because the cooling surface is made of aluminum and because the fans work to draw hot air away from the laptop (much like your laptop's internal fan), Antec is a superior product. Also, my simple tests showed that the laptop was cooler using Antec.
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    79 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Scott M. Kruse on August 31, 2005
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    The cooler sits under my 43 cm (large monitor) Macintosh Powerbook. The Powerbook is often on for 8 to 10 hours a day and keeps everything very cool. The cooler powers from the left-hand USB port. The pass-through USB plug enables the USB port to be used by a printer and other peripherals. There are two fan speed settings, high and low. I only run on the low setting. A good, solid, cost-effective choice.
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    47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Kelvin on July 30, 2008
    Purchased this notebook cooler about three months ago for my Dell Inspiron 1420 / Dell Vostro 1400.

    As the other people whom reviewed this product said, it seems to create a vacuum and actually makes my laptop run hotter.

    The cable that connects from the cooler to the USB port on your laptop is also really cheap. After three months of real light use, the cable came loose and doesn't power on the cooler anymore. I have to wiggle the cable for it to power on and it would only stay powered if I hold the cable in place. If I let go, it'll power off. Real cheap parts. I've read about people complaining about this before and should have listened then!

    The blue LED light that illuminates from the side is also very bright and annoying with no way of turning it off. Very poor design.

    I've always liked Antec products but this one has really let me down. This notebook cooler is a waste of money. Definitely stay away from it.
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    156 of 191 people found the following review helpful By D. Cole on March 5, 2007
    While the Antec cooler is a very good product it does not serve every notebook computer equally. Before you buy this product ensure that your computer exhausts the hot air to the bottom of the computer. My computer's 5 fans suck air from the bottom and exhaust the heated air to the sides and rear. The Antec only limited the airflow rather than increasing it and resulted in a cooked CPU and motherboard. I still use it to raise the computer up off the desk but do not turn it on.
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