Deepcool N8 ReviewPropane - November 18, 2010
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Laptops can be very convenient thanks to their mobility. The ability to pick up everything stored on your computer and take it with you anywhere is amazing, and is made possible by how compact a laptop actually is. However, it is this compactness that can also be a downfall for laptops since they have a much harder time dissipating the heat given off by their internal components. Many companies have come up with solutions for this heat problem, one of which is Deepcool with their N8 cooler. The N8 is a two fan, aluminum body notebook cooler that supports up to 15.4" laptops. Featuring a pair of 140mm fan's that deliver almost 95CFM worth of airflow, the cooling benefits should be substantial. The question though, is how well will it perform against a rather stacked field of portable computer coolers?
The packaging that the N8 comes in is very standard. A cardboard box has a photo of the cooler and list of features on the front, and a few more pictures, as well as a list of specifications in several languages, on the back.
The box opens to reveal the cooler, enclosed in plastic and protected on the sides with some cardboard packaging, easily visible. Underneath the cooler are two product catalogs in case you like the N8 so much you want to buy some other Deepcool products.
Also included is a male to male USB cord which is used to provide power to the fans and data to the USB hub.