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Cooler Master NotePal ErgoStand Review
29 March 2010
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. Having a notebook stand allows you to elevate the screen to eye level so you are not always looking down putting stress on your neck. Also a stand gives you more room to use an external mouse and keyboard.
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. However, for higher inclination settings, you must use the supplied anti-slip barriers that fit into the front edge of the cooler.
Pros: Excellent build quality; Powered USB hub; Large PWM fan (speed adjustable); Well-suited for desktop replacements; Good cable management; Silent operation.