Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master NOTEPAL E1
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Cooler Master NotePal ErgoStand
OverClock Intelligence Agency
10 June 2010
Summary: If you are looking for a portable notebook cooler, the ErgoStand isn't for you. The stand isn't easily portable, but as a desktop stand it's great. Even at the highest setting, the fan is large enough to stay quiet, and I didn't really need to use the speed controller.
Excerpt: Laptops have become a necessity even for overclockers and benchers – to tabulate results, record live benching video or even chat with buddies on the forums while taking your CPU to the max. For me, it has become a way of life.
Summary: Final Thoughts
I really like what Cooler Master has done with the NotePal ErgoStand, it not only is a notebook cooler, but a stand as well. Many companies just have coolers or stand, it’s nice to see Cooler Master put both together.
Pros: – Great cooling, – Both a stand and a cooling pad, – 5 adjustable viewing angles, – 4port USB hub
Excerpt: The cooler's main chassis is hinged to a C-shaped base, which features four notches for achieving as many inclination adjustment settings. Four grippy rubber blocks on the cooler's upper surface keep your laptop anchored safely.
Pros: Excellent build quality; Powered USB hub; Large PWM fan (speed adjustable); Well-suited for desktop replacements; Good cable management; Silent operation.
Conclusion: Dette er nok Cooler masters mest alsidige bærbar køler, jeg har haft fingre i. Den er let, ikke for stor, kan vinkles, har USB-hub, blæserstyring og sidst men ikke mindst et fedt design. Den kan bruges i rigtig mange sammenhæng og er perfekt til både den stillesiddende i sofaen og ham på farten.