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Notebook / Laptop Cooling Pad

This cooling pad is super quiet. This helps keep your laptop cool and not become a victim of overheating which can cause a number of problems: sluggish performance, battery fires & burnt out processors. Protect your investment by keeping your laptop cool

Features:

The USB Laptop Cooler is powered directly through USB port, no power adapter necessary.

Designed with the clear plastic construction and four pink leg pads, with a big built-in fan in the middle of the cooler.

The USB Notebook Cooler can give out charming blue LED light while running.

Compact size, lightweight and quite easy to carry.

The USB Notebook Cooling Pad is made of durable plastic material.
Size: 23.9cm long, 19.1cm wide, 4.7cm high. Can accomodate notepads / laptops smaller or larger than the size stated.
Weight: 323g.
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#2
can this be used on an xbox 360?
#3
Nice find. Ordered.
#4
This is very useless for me. Last time I got one and died after 2 weeks.
cold for me.
#5
Mackokoma
This is very useless for me. Last time I got one and died after 2 weeks.
cold for me.


So return it for a refund/replacement?
#6

This cooling pad is super quiet.

thats cause it isn't on

garyjn
can this be used on an xbox 360?


the xbox has cooling fans built into it anyway. something like this is so your notebook doesn't overheat (most notebooks sacrifice efficient cooling fans so that it can be that small) . so to answer this question it would do nothing for the xbox
#7
Similar one in Poundland for £1 believe it or not
#8
orderedd !!
#9
Great price!! :thumbsup:
:w00t::w00t::w00t:
#10
wozwebs
Similar one in Poundland for £1 believe it or not


I didnt think it would take that long for a comment about you can get in poundland lol
#11
wozwebs
Similar one in Poundland for £1 believe it or not


Got the one in poundland at the weekend.

GF thinks it does a good job of keeping her previously hot Laptop cooler. Only has one fan though but is no more noisy than the built in fan on the laptop.
#12
I use one of these for my ps3 not too bad plus it looks cool when it's on :thumbsup:
#13
misskarrie
I use one of these for my ps3 not too bad plus it looks cool when it's on :thumbsup:


I want to remove the LEDs, as that will just annoy me! :-D
#14
They definitely sell this in Poundland, I was going to buy one when I went in there for the HDMI deal recently but it looked a bit tacky so I decided against it in the end.
#15
goodgrr
Got the one in poundland at the weekend.

GF thinks it does a good job of keeping her previously hot Laptop cooler. Only has one fan though but is no more noisy than the built in fan on the laptop.


Ironic really as your GF keeps my lap hot ;)
#16
asdvj
thats cause it isn't on



the xbox has cooling fans built into it anyway. something like this is so your notebook doesn't overheat (most notebooks sacrifice efficient cooling fans so that it can be that small) . so to answer this question it would do nothing for the xbox


If a 360 is flat then this could help as it would sit right underneath the board.

Ideally power it from a different source instead of the 360's USB though.
#17
calathea
Ironic really as your GF keeps my lap hot ;)


Owned!

Also, as said, the one in poundland has one fan, and this has 3 fans for 4 times the cost ;-)
#18
Spark
If a 360 is flat then this could help as it would sit right underneath the board.

Ideally power it from a different source instead of the 360's USB though.


problem is the bottom of the 360 has no air vents on the bottom (laying down), and has a layer of metal then a thick layer of plastic so I doubt it would do a great deal to keep it cool really.
#19
the problem with the 360 is that its a heap of junk. without a doubt the worst console ever made in terms of durability.
#20
I got mine from Poundland, it only cost...................................
#21
Pointless item.

I've never had a laptop fail from overheating, I got my first one in the mid 1980s.

They're built with sufficient cooling on board and if yours overheats it can only be regarded as mistreatment that I expect the cooling pad won't really help resolve.

The main win with these things is that they usually replace a duvet, pillow or cushion which blocks the air vents. Sit your laptop on a book, i recommend a Beano annual, and save the money.
#22
I got the one fan one from poundland that was posted on here a while back. 3 of them 3 fans £3 :P
#23
top deal cheers, would these fit a 17inch laptop ?
#24
hey guys they have these in the pound shop!!!

just watch cause i am 100% sure they are for note books
#25
awoodhall2003
Nice find. Ordered.


Be very careful using these and check where all the fans on your laptop are. My old 17" Acer (which is now 7 years old) died after 4 weeks of using one of these (was only 5 months old at the time) as I didn't bother to check (yes, my fault) where all the fans where (one underneath) and it fried the motherboard. All the hot heat coming from it was pushed back up.

Someone may want to argue that though that is what the Acer engineer stated. It was of course repaired free as under warranty but I dumped the unit and the laptop is still going strong to this day. I do use a laptop riser though without any cooling fans!
JJ
#26
Ah interesting point - However the air is usually pulled in from the bottom and pushed out through the side... Maybe the net effect was no air movement..? Worth checking for a blast of warm air occasionally I think!

This mat is also quite small and might partially block an intake if the laptop not on it's feet etc..

Personally I think a table mat does a great job :)

JJG
Be very careful using these and check where all the fans on your laptop are. My old 17" Acer (which is now 7 years old) died after 4 weeks of using one of these (was only 5 months old at the time) as I didn't bother to check (yes, my fault) where all the fans where (one underneath) and it fried the motherboard. All the hot heat coming from it was pushed back up.

Someone may want to argue that though that is what the Acer engineer stated. It was of course repaired free as under warranty but I dumped the unit and the laptop is still going strong to this day. I do use a laptop riser though without any cooling fans!
JJ
#27
JJG
Be very careful using these and check where all the fans on your laptop are. My old 17" Acer (which is now 7 years old) died after 4 weeks of using one of these (was only 5 months old at the time) as I didn't bother to check (yes, my fault) where all the fans where (one underneath) and it fried the motherboard. All the hot heat coming from it was pushed back up.

Someone may want to argue that though that is what the Acer engineer stated. It was of course repaired free as under warranty but I dumped the unit and the laptop is still going strong to this day. I do use a laptop riser though without any cooling fans!
JJ


ollyk
Ah interesting point - However the air is usually pulled in from the bottom and pushed out through the side... Maybe the net effect was no air movement..? Worth checking for a blast of warm air occasionally I think!

This mat is also quite small and might partially block an intake if the laptop not on it's feet etc..

Personally I think a table mat does a great job :)


I'd agree with both of you. I will ensure the line up etc. But my warm air outlets are at the rear, and the inlets on the bottom. I have a small cheap riser which is great and drops my temps by about 2-4°C compared to being flat on a desk. However, if gaming the temps rise considerably and thus the cooling pad will be of use hopefully.
#28
awoodhall2003
problem is the bottom of the 360 has no air vents on the bottom (laying down), and has a layer of metal then a thick layer of plastic so I doubt it would do a great deal to keep it cool really.


I'm not sure, the plastic isn't that thick and there is only a fairly thin steel chassis between that and the motherboard so I think it could provide at least a little cooling to it.

That area is without a doubt the hottest part of the 360, hence the RROD.
#29
Nellster
the problem with the 360 is that its a heap of junk. without a doubt the worst console ever made in terms of durability.


The PS2 was close though.
#30
What are the lights for?????
#31
Spark
I'm not sure, the plastic isn't that thick and there is only a fairly thin steel chassis between that and the motherboard so I think it could provide at least a little cooling to it.

That area is without a doubt the hottest part of the 360, hence the RROD.


Id disagree on the plastic as the chassis to the 360 you can hit, rip apart and it doesnt break. But at the end of the day even a small decrease will help at least your 360 survive for a bit longer!
#32
Got to be better than the £9.99 Belkin one. Utter crap.
banned#33
Nellster
the problem with the 360 is that its a heap of junk. without a doubt the worst console ever made in terms of durability.


On average, I would agree . However, I've had mine since launch so no complaints :thumbsup:
1 Like #34
Had this for the best part of 3 years with my dell laptop. The laptop had a tendency to get VERY hot even for normal usage so I wasn't sure how long it would last me without any additional cooling. Bought this from ebay for £10. It works wonders as the laptop was kept really cool. This could help prolong the life of your laptop. A point to bear in mind though is that it is angled slightly. The feet at the back are slightly longer than the ones at the front, meaning the base is tilted towards you. This makes it difficult to set on duvets/beds etc so it is ideally recommended for hard surfaces. Another thing is that it is cheaply built so the fans begin to get loose slightly after a while. Once this happens, it becomes very noisy when it is first switched on for a few minutes. After about 5 minutes of operation, the fan blades go back to their normal place and it gets quieter. The LEDs can also be distracting making it impossible to watch a movie peacefully in the dark (noise + LEDs)

It doesnt really matter where your laptops vent is located, as long as it is somewhere on the bottom of the laptop. You should also make sure the surface on which it is set is cleaned regularly or else you may be blowing up dust into the vent. I have changed my laptop now and thankfully this runs a lot cooler than my Dell so I dont need this anymore. I would definitely recommend it though as I think it has a great impact on the life of the laptop and the performance aswell.

Another alternative is the gel mats. They are flat and have a gel substance inside which absorbs the heat. Great in the fact that there are no fans therefore no noise, but I do not know how effective they are as I have never tried them.

Hope this info helps someone making up their mind.
#35
bought :D using for my 360... out with the drill for the 360 case and on with the pad... sweet as.
H and R added.
#36
mohikan22
bought :D using for my 360... out with the drill for the 360 case and on with the pad... sweet as.
H and R added.


Please do not do that.
#37
why ever not?!!! lol itll make the cooling faster as the fans will blow air up into the case.
never bothered my xbox one or bothering my other 360 atm. besides ya can always replace the case with a nice new crystal one im sure....

http://www.whitedog.co.uk/catalog/xcm-360-custom-green-case/p-1332.html?osCsid=e77b1bfd4e1eac1b1219ecfd2c4a4930
suspended#38
mohikan22
why ever not?!!! lol itll make the cooling faster as the fans will blow air up into the case.
never bothered my xbox one or bothering my other 360 atm. besides ya can always replace the case with a nice new crystal one im sure....

http://www.whitedog.co.uk/catalog/xcm-360-custom-green-case/p-1332.html?osCsid=e77b1bfd4e1eac1b1219ecfd2c4a4930


If they had stock lol
#39
This is rubbish.
#40
Today in fact i have just come back from PC world with a new laptop after my Acer kept over heating and then turning off and wouldnt turn back on untill machine had cooled. This was only 8months old, would never get another acer as other issue with it.

But they did re-coat the metal strip inside and after it never got hot, i got it replaced still though for other reasons.

Every laptop Ive ever had has got really really warm, if all it takes is a re-coating then why dont they just get this right first time round.

Also any advice, should you keep the power cable in once batt is charged, or once charged remove, let it run on batt then when lower, put power cable back in? or does it really not matter?

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