Evercool Booster Cool Wrist Pad ReviewPropane - January 19, 2010
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While the Evercool Booster has a decent idea that sounds good on paper, the execution is very poor and lacks any benefit, yet pulls along a myriad of drawbacks. Some of these drawbacks are that the product takes up a significant part of your 'mousing' area, reducing the area you can slide the mouse before you have to pick it up. Additionally, a lack of comfort was noticeable, even though there was a comfort pad placed on the cooler. Finally, the cooler pins your wrist to one place and doesn't really allow you to move the mouse very much from side to side. These are all pretty major drawbacks to a product that is supposed to increase your mousing enjoyment. All in all, I would not recommend this product to anyone unless it is bought as a gag gift to that co-worker you notice is always sweating.
- USB powered
- Takes up significant amount of mousing space
- Pins wrist to one position
- Provides extra difficulty in transitioning between typing and 'mousing'
- High-pitched fan noise while running