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Kensington Lift-off Portable Notebook Computer Cooling Stand-60149

132 customer reviews

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  • Portable computer cooling stand holds your laptop and netbook, and helps keep it running cooler, longer.
  • Stand lifts the notebook/netbook off its surface, promoting air circulation and reducing heat buildup.
  • Adjustable tilt and height lets you position the screen to reduce neck and eye strain.
  • Lightweight and collapsible stand with built-in handle fits neatly into computer carrying case.
  • Non-skid base holds notebook computers up to 17" safely in place.
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Product Description

Product Description

The cooler solution for notebook users. The Lift-off Portable Cooling Stand helps keep your notebook running cooler, longer. Park your computer as in a docking station, and the cooling stand lifts the notebook to promote airflow and reduce heat buildup. Adjustable tilt and height lets you put the screen where you want it, and reduces neck and eye strain. Lightweight, collapsible stand has built-in handle and fits into computer carrying case for fold-and-go portability. Non-skid base holds the notebook safely in place. Compatible with notebook/laptop computers up to 17".

From the Manufacturer

The cooler solution for notebook users. The Lift-off Portable Cooling Stand helps keep your notebook running cooler, longer. Park your computer as in a docking station, and the cooling stand lifts the notebook to promote airflow and reduce heat buildup. Adjustable tilt and height lets you put the screen where you want it, and reduces neck and eye strain. Lightweight, collapsible stand has built-in handle and fits into computer carrying case for fold-and-go portability. Non-skid base holds the notebook safely in place. Compatible with notebook/laptop computers up to 17".

1-year limited warranty and free technical support.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.8 x 0.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 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: B0007GGZ06
  • Item model number: 60149
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

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Customer Reviews

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187 of 188 people found the following review helpful By PHL1111 VINE VOICE on August 25, 2007
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I looked at about 8 different cooling stands all over the net until I narrowed it down to this one and something called the iLap, which was over 3 times more expensive than this one. My primary criteria for the stand was that it be able to be used while lying down flat on my back not just while sitting at a table/desk or upright on my lap. Another criteria was that it keep my clothing from getting hot from the laptop but that it not have to use one of my USB ports or electricity to power a fan like some of the cooling stands did. And lastly that it fit my 13.3" MacBook. Both Kensington and iLap fit all of this criteria. I ordered this one from Amazon and the iLap from the Apple Store. Both had near 5 star reviews.

The Kensington arrived about 3 days later and I began using it immediately. My primary worries turned out not to be issues when I opened the box and acutually was able to see the product. Those worries concerned two issues. 1. That the laptop would not really be cooler because it would touch the base of the stand which appeared to be a flat sheet of V shaped plastic. The unit actually has a large square hole on the top side to allow air to flow to the laptop base. 2. The laptop would slip around since there didn't seem to be anything to hold it in place (the iLap had a removable suede cushioned lip to hold the computer in place). Again this was unfounded because the same large square hole in the top side had a rubber (or rubber like anyway) ring all the way around it which holds the laptop in place. As a bonus it also fit my 15" Dell laptop. Both the 13.3" and the 15" laptops hang over the sides of the stand but that's not an issue.
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Erick Mikiten on December 3, 2007
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I wanted something basic, but this is more basic than I expected. There is a U-shaped metal bar that supports the stand, lifting the top piece up from the bottom. Although there are two slots for it to go in (only), the slots are just an inch or so apart, meaning they are about the same height. The angle of the laptop goes from shallow to slightly shallower.

The description said that it's made for up to 17" laptops. Well, my 17" MacBook Pro is mighty wobbly, and I have to slide the computer down toward me so that the front is sitting on the table top, thereby preventing it from rocking even with normal typing. As a result, I also don't get any height adjustment to the front of the machine, and have about six or seven inches of stand sticking out behind my computer. Now that I look at the product photo again, their computer is slid down on the stand, as well.

The steeper angle is not terrible, but I'd like it steeper, and I've half a mind to chop off the useless back third of the stand with my jigsaw so that it won't take up so much space in my drawer. If I'd bought this locally I'd return it and get something more flexible and more compact.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Heather S on July 14, 2007
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I didn't want to spend a fortune for a cooling stand with fans, etc. This works wonderfully well if you tend to use your notebook in your lap. I found my legs (living in Florida and wearing shorts) got too warm directly under the notebook.

My notebook does slide off it a little when it's on a tilt, but no biggie. This is a good, reasonably priced, way to go. Nothing fancy, but it does the job.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By K. Anderson on May 18, 2008
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I bought this stand because I use my laptop while lying in bed and wanted something that would allow air flow to help cool the computer. One of the other reviewers indicated that this stand was perfect for my application, but I could not disagree more.
First of all, the "hole" that is supposed to promote colling through air flow. In my opinion, the hole is too small OR they should have more holes spread out to accomodate the various fan locations on laptops.
Secondly, there is not a lot of room for angle adjustment (the adjustment is very limited).
And finally and most importantly, the hinges on the stand protrude so that they tend to "dig into" your stomach area when you are lying in bed or leaning back in a recliner. After a while it can get pretty uncomfortable, so you canot use it for very long (hope that makes sense).
Overall I would say that it is a decent stand for use on a table, desk or on your lap in you are sitting up erect. If you plan on using this stand while reclining or lying down in bed, I woul pass on it (mine is on it's way back to Amazon).
Hope this helps.
Ken
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Roxme on January 24, 2008
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Five stars seemed just a bit too generous for such a cheap plastic pad. Maybe 4.5 would be more accurate? Anyway, we wanted to conserve battery life by avoiding the fan driven cooling pads. I'm happy to report that IT WORKS! It keeps my mom's 17" HP notebook nice and cool. A simple and inexpensive solution; you can't ask for much more.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C.G.M. on October 10, 2007
The moment I opened the stand, the plastic hinge at the back broke off. This is made poorly and is very flimsy. However, it is light weight, portable, and functional. For the price, it wasn't worth the hastle of returning it. I am using it broken and it still functions.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By questionstar on July 3, 2007
I was having trouble with an overheating laptop and this solved the problem instantly. I have a small 13" however, and it slides forward sometimes. The rubbery rim around the hole loosened and slipped a bit because of this, but I simply pulled it up and stuck it back in place. Not exactly something you expect from a quality product, but it only cost me $15 and suits my needs perfectly.
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