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Logisys NP19 Notebook Cooler Pad w/140mm Silent Fan (Black)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the screen and connectivity. The design and price are also appreciated. Many are negative about the energy efficiency, and there are some mixed reviews about the usability.

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On average, users rate this product 70/100.

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Does the job

 

has 2" adjustable feet in the back

1" tall ; Can easily put in a laptop bag with no awkard things ; Quite ; Has lil rubber feet so it doesnt slide ; Light ; Simple Design ; Great for the price ; Has vents on the sides as well if the bottom of the cooling pad is covered ; For 140mm it...

Not cons but i know some people would complain about it soo... If you put your hand on the grill the fan grinds. Simple thing, don't put ur hand on it. Light pressure won't do this but you won't run into the problem anyways since nothing will actualy...

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Nice Cooler

 

Nice cooler for electronic components,recivers,cable boxes,routers,modems.Not so great for notebooks.

I use this to cool a Netgear E3000 router and a Samsung HD cable box.I have it on top of the cable box and under the router.Plugs into the front of the cable box which lets me shut it off since there's no switch.It keeps both units cool beyond what I...

No on off switch. Big USB connector. Lost one egg

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Perfect for Modem and Wireless Router!

 

I use this for Cooling my Dlink 520B Modem and a DGL 4500 Wireless Router, Works Great! Has plenty of airflow and surface room for items of these types. Just place both items on each side and the Fan will move air under and to both items. Excellent for...

These work Great for Modem and Router Cooling ; The Cooler will sit flat and has air vents to pull air from bottom and sides and push air thru top of Mesh Screen that is the entire top surface. Very Quiet

Would not purchase for Notebook cooling. Not enough airflow. Needs alot more airflow if you want to cool a notebook I use the NXZT brand of coolers for all of my Notebooks for cooling, they are the best and have an adjustable airflow with scroll type...

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waste of money

 

I have a laptop that overheats and goes into sleep mode if run continuously at 100% load. Starting with the CPU at room temperature, it typically takes about 15 minutes for the CPU to pass the overheat threshold of 75°C when running the Orthos stress...

Slim design. Looks like it should work well

Doesn't cool worth a squat

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Decent for the Money

 

I have an MSI Wind US230-light, with a HB-VD904 Broadcom Crystal HD decoder installed in the miniPCI-e slot , and it runs hot enough to cook bacon on at times, and this cooler has helped drop down the temps a few degrees, if your on a tight budget get...

raises the laptop to help it get more airflow to your vents on the bottom, and has a decent 140mm fan, and the price is nice for $13

The 140mm fan could be stronger, but it's being powered by a 5v USB connection, and not a 12v PC connection, so the fan does not push as much air as a normal 140mm can could, it also could have little feet on top to keep a laptop from sliding down,...

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13 laptop stand

 

I got what I paid for.

Looks nice, slim, quiet, usb pass through so you dont lose a port

The fan is weak, I highly doubt the 43cfm is calculated while the fan is inside the cooler itself. My laptop temperatures remained the same after installation, pretty much worthless as far cooling capacity is concerned

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