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Antec Notebook Cooler 200 Review

Propane    -   November 25, 2008
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Conclusion:

The Antec Notebook Cooler 200 has one of the largest fans I have seen in a computer cooling device and that large fan lives up to its looks. With impressive cooling power, the Notebook Cooler 200 definitely deserves high marks. Also, between the mirror panels and the blue glow that you can turn on around the fan, the aesthetics of the cooler are also very nice. Another bonus of the large fan size is the softer and lower fan noise that the cooler makes when the fan is turned on. Even at the high setting, the amount of noise emitted by the cooler is minimal and did not annoy me at all. Additionally, the design that allows this cooler to be used either on a desk or on your lap is genius. Most laptop coolers feel very uncomfortable when they are used on your lap and having one that can be used in such a way is awesome, especially with the super hot laptops that seem to be flooding the market now. The only downside to the cooler is its lack of USB ports, which isn't a deal breaker, but would have been a nice addition to an already great product.

 

Pros:

  • Cooling benefits in all situations on all components
  • Quiet cooling
  • Good looking
  • USB powered (only draws 400mA)
  • Ability to use it on your lap

 

Cons:

  • No USB hub

 

 

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