Xpad Slim (Non-slip Laptop Cooler and Heatshield)
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- LAPTOP COOLING PAD: Xpad Slim cools your laptop without using fans - 100% green!
- LAPTOP HEATSHIELD: Xpad shields your lap from laptop heat by up to 60 degrees
- NON-SLIP LAPTOP PAD: Smart non-slip interfaces secures your laptop on your lap for various sitting angles
- PORTABLE DESIGN: Strong, lightweight, and slim design for maximum portability
- UNIVERSAL FIT: 'X' pattern risers will accomodate most laptops up to 17" screen size
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********No Fans! 100% Passive Cooling & Heatshield Protection! Cool your laptop and protect your lap silently without having to use up a USB port to power a fan********
Use this top-rated laptop cooling pad on your desk, on your lap, or on soft-surfaces such as your bed or couch. Non-slip interface helps balances your laptop while slim profile makes it unnoticable. A universal fit design accomodates up to 17" laptops.
Top Customer Reviews
There are two noteable drawbacks, though. The first is that the Lapinator Plus (with the Mousetizer addon if you want to use a real mouse with it) is frankly a better product than the Xpad for home use. It's more comfortable and has space for a mouse (with the Mousetizer). That's not to say that the Xpad isn't worth using, however. The Xpad is small enough and sturdy enough that it's perfect to put in a backpack when you're bringing your laptop somewhere else, whereas the Lapinator is less portable but more comfortable and has space for a mouse, and so is better suited to use at home where it won't be transported somewhere else very often. As such, they're both great products, they're just suited for different purposes.
The other drawback I've noticed is that right out of the box, the Xpad Slim absolutely REEKS of rubber. When I open my backpack with the Xpad in it, the smell immediately hits me, hard. I didn't notice this problem at all with the previous version of the Xpad. I'm hoping that'll go away after a month or so.
UPDATE: after letting the Xpad sit out in my room for several days, the intense rubber smell did in fact go away.
I have gone through many chill pads from many different manufacturers and this is one of the thinnest products I have ever had. I bought this product after looking at reviews of many different cooling pads on cnet. It scored better than many of the chill pads that require power sources and ultimately drain your battery life faster when you aren't next to a power source. The power cord is usually what fails first on all my other chill pads, so I was excited to get rid of this and go with a pad that doesn't use a power source and require a power cord. I have found that this product excels at cooling my 15" PC laptop better than many of the chill pads I have used in the past and is more portable thanks to the fact it is lightweight in comparison to similar products, the lack of a needed power cord as well as the overall thinness of the Xpad. However unlike my PC laptop, my 13" Apple Macbook Pro doesn't have cooling fans on the bottom of it and the Xpad just doesn't work as effectively as a cooling pad that uses a forced-air fan to draw air out from underneath the laptop and cool it. However there is some cooling and this product's portability in comparison to many of the other products out there make it my go-to pad when I am out and about and know that I will not be able to connect to a power source for a certain period of time. I highly recommend it when traveling, but would advise another pad be used as your primary pad if you are seeking the ultimate cooling for an Apple or even a larger PC laptop.
I have a mac. Macs are hot computers...in more than one way. After an hour of work on my lap, I felt like an iron was on my thighs. I tried several different products to cool the computer, but didn't find the right one until the Xpad. I don't even think about the heat anymore. It's very comfortable, feels secure, and is light. Not to mention effective. I'm happy to recommend it.
Now I just received the new Xpad Slim, which is slightly larger and which accommodates my 17" laptop. The genius of the original design has carried over to the new version - it permits the laptop to cool itself efficiently as it was designed to do, without blocking critical airflow or interfering with the circulation of the fans.
Buy one. Buy several. Give them to your friends. It is hands-down the best money you'll ever spend on an outboard accessory for your laptop.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This laptop pad is fine. I have a 17 inch laptop, that stays on the same desk. The cooler is slightly smaller than the laptop, but works fine. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Karen L Jorgensen
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notebook Temperature is down
but The drawback to it is the Small size (=mouse ㅠ_ㅠ)
Works good, very lightweight, slim, and portable. Coming apart at one corner already though--will have to glue it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by NaturalPoet
Here's my first impression. Save yourself some time and try this first if you were running an old MacBook Pro 2011 (early) with SSD. Read morePublished 1 month ago by RT2016
Best passive cooling system out there. No cables or cords. No batteries. Protects your lap more than it helps cool computer, but it certain *does* help.Published 1 month ago by Brian J. Ansorge