Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master NotePal X2
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12 April 2012
Summary: This item is a good buy, provides a cool surface for my i7 asus that reaches mid 80s to 90s during intense games. Drops my temp at least 5-7 degrees. I removed the last star because I wish it would disperse a little more air. All in all, a great buy for the price. I would say the best.
Summary: I own a Toshiba Satellite L505. I generally only use it while reclining in a chair, so the lap top is always on my lap. The computer would really heat up my lap, as laptops are wont to do during prolonged use (such as youtube videos, listening to music, or playing minecraft.) My main purpose of owning the Cooler Master was to get the lap top off of my, well, lap, and that of course could have been achieved with just a pillow, or some cardboard, or a book.
Summary: I was very skeptical when I first plugged it in - I couldn't tell that it was pushing much air, my 17" laptop didn't quite fit as the product description suggested and I thought the durability of the cooler was suspect. A few weeks later and I completely love it! I have noticed a considerable temperature drop when I play games or run heavy programs.
Summary: This notebook cooler fits all the description written. It fits well to my 15.6 inch notebook. All the specification is written rather accurately, such as the usb port and design. The only negative side of it is that it is not able to cool my notebook when i have 3-4 application running at the same time (music, msn & browser)
Summary: The Notepal X2 is almost the perfect laptop cooler. On low, this thing is quiet, I can still hear it but it is faint and does not bug me. I don't want to say the high setting is overly loud but there is a very noticeable difference between high and low. It is as if I can hear it revving up.
Summary: This is a Great cooler Pad for your laptop. Fits laptops up to 15.4" (CoolerMaster specs say 17" but its too small for my 17" laptop). Built in fan is a 140mm, its quiet even when i send the speed to max. It definitely keeps my Dell 15.4" laptop running cooler so it terms of functionality its great. The appearance is stylish (to me) has a metal mesh grill to the top to allow air flow, fan emits a blue glow when operational.
Summary: I bought this after the last cooling tray I had broke. The first one was cheap because I figured it was "good enough", well, it wasn't. This one however makes the cheap one look like a Pinto compared to a Mustang. It may be a little extra, but it's worth the money. It keeps my laptop far cooler because it has a larger fan and the open mesh surface allows cool air to the entire laptop bottom and not just select areas.
Summary: It has been great for me, except the small plastic tabs used to prop it up at a slightly higher angle. They are not very sturdy, and broke after a week. The pad is still angled pretty well on its own though, so no worries. It seems to keep my laptop nice and cool on my desk. The pad never leaves my desk, so I don't know how portable it is or anything. Update after 1 year: This thing is still going strong.
Summary: I have an HP dv6-1253cl and play a lot of CoD games. When gaming, the laptop used to heat up as high as 77 C which made it difficult to use. This notebook cooling pad has taken around 14 degrees off that temperature which makes things a lot better. I think HP did not make a great design, temperature wise, but my Cooler Master Notepal X2 makes up for it. Bottom line: great design, works as it should even though it's a little noisy, and has a very comfortable elevation.
Summary: kjøpte denne da eg begynte og slite med at laptopen ble overopphetet. med denne på så har eg ikkje slete med temperaturer. enda eg bruker en 17" på den. såg ikkje før etter at den var opp til 15,4". men eg har ikkje hatt problemer med det. eineste minuset er at om gummiknottene under på pcn er vekk, så er den meget glatt og klarer ikkje stå på den når den ligger på bordet.