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Cooler Master NotePal X2 Laptop Cooling Pad with 140mm Blue LED Fan (R9-NBC-4WAK-GP)
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- Mesh surface and 1 fan provide a chill mat for your laptop, Ultrabook, notebook, or netbook
- High performance 140 mm fan with blue LED light can spin at nearly 1500 RPM
- Heavy duty, yet slim profile is great for gaming laptops
- Two different height settings provide improved comfort
- Built-in fan speed controller
- Supports various sizes including 15 inch and 17 inch laptops
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From the Manufacturer
|With efficient functions and superb silent concept in mind, the NotePal X2 creates optimal comfort for laptop users. Either on a desk or on the lap of an on-the-go user, the NotePal X2 takes air from a bottom intake and cools down high temperatures with its 140mm silent fan, dissipating the high temperatures generated by the CPU and GPU trapped inside the laptop housing.|
|• Ergonomic Design Two different height settings for improved comfort. |
• Special Heat Dissipation Specially designed bottom intake and thermally enhanced metal mesh allow for fast and efficient dissipation.
|• Optimal Airflow Built-in silent 140mm fan placed in strategic location creates optimal airflow for comprehensive cooling. |
• Accommodates up to 17” notebooks.
|• Fan speed control. |
• Blue LED shines through the center mesh when notebook cooler is powered on.
Top Customer Reviews
-College student's meager budget
-Solve severe laptop over-heating problem
-Style wasn't important. An ugly/effective cooler is better than vice versa.
-Casual web-surfing/movie-watching/paper-writing use. I don't need a gaming cooler, since I don't leave my laptop on for like 6-8 hours at a time.
-Ability to be used on the lap. I do lots of homework on the couch at my school's study lounge.
-Good Warranty when Amazon's return period expires
-Preferably one fan
-Preferably with an extra USB port
-Preferably a company that specializes in desktop/laptop cooling
-Most important: Something that will LAST a long time, more than 1 year.
-One fan, not-bulky, great workmanship, extra USB ports and fan control...man this had it all! While the price was a bit of a stretch (I still could have afforded it), it did not look lap-friendly at all.
-Antec "Classic" Cooler
-The three year warranty and trustability on the market since 2003 was really, REALLY tempting. However, the sole reason I did not choose this was that the wire adaptor looked very flimsy.Read more ›
My older HP was getting very hot to the touch on the top and bottom of the processor, my internal fan was running all the time, not any more.
My laptop stays on all day, I am an artist and have several programs running at the same time. I use a larger battery so I was concerned about the ergonomic design (elevation), its very comfortable, fits my 15" laptop just perfect.
The plastic seems very durable, and I appreciate the aluminium screen(grate)for its great air flow, the fan does blow up onto the bottom of the laptop. No sliding problem with the rubber feet on the bottom of my laptop.
Really quiet fan, even when I keep it on high.
I would highly recommend this product.
-well some things i have noticed in the past week, the first think is the serial number sticker came right off, the rubber feet on the bottom of the laptop are unsticking and are somewhat fallng apart, and now when i have it on full with my laptop on it makes a weird sound...Read more ›
I went into the store to get a laptop cooler for a laptop who's gpu runs very hot. I brought the laptop with me of course so that I could make sure whichever cooler I got would be the best fit and provide the best cooling to the affected area. The guy that was helping me was kind enough to let me try a few of them out right there in the store. I narrowed it down to two, this Cooler Master X-Slim and a Thermaltake Massive 23. While the Thermaltake looked very cool with its blue leds and seemed to be pretty well made, the Cooler Master was the winner. It cooled the laptop down a good 10 degrees more than the Thermaltake. Not to take anything away from the Thermaltake, it was also a very nice product, but I have been very satisfied with the products that I have gotten from Cooler Master and this is no exception. I am pleased with the peformance of the X-Slim. It is a great cooler for a great price.
P.S. There are two other things that I liked about this product, one is that the laptop fit very snugly on it, and two is that it has flip down tabs on the back with rubber feet, similar to what you would have on a keyboard for a desktop computer, so you could either lay it flat or have it on a slight incline.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worth the price and does the job. I got this for my 13" MacBook Pro. At $14.98 and eligible for Prime, this was the least expensive option that I saw with the exception of one... Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Mothra
The Cooler Master NotePal X-Slim Ultra-Slip Cooling Pad with 160mm Fan (R9-NBC-XSLI-GP) really does the job. I have bought two of them and both have been great. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Mark H. Adelson
There was friction between the exterior base and the fan, but it was just because of the notch that was not in quite right. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I have had a few laptop coolers and none worked well. After reading the reviews I decided to try this one. My laptop gets very warm on the right back side. Read morePublished 1 day ago by gramatt
Cool little fan, no pun intended! Quiet, good height for my 16" laptop and keeps it 20% cooler.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Good fan but my mac book slides off easily. Wish it had rubber tractions or a lip to prevent this.Published 2 days ago by Bnewbs23
We got these to replace previous (several years old) similar coolers. The design has improved with better fans and bumpers for standing them up when used as a case. Read morePublished 2 days ago by A. Adkins
The extender for the usb to run both the fan and the other device (usb) is really finicky. Other than than that, great Cfms for one fan, solid construction but looks cheap. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer