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Titan G4T Magic Pad Notebook Cooler
Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 18 July 2007 22:50

Technoyard show us how to keep a laptop cool:

Notebook coolers are a vital part of a notebook these days if you plan to use it on your lap for extensive periods of time. I cannot recall the last time I used my laptop without a notebook cooler since the heat it generates just after about half an hour of use is quite significant that it’s simply not possible to keep it on your lap anymore. This is why a lot of cooler manufactures out there are coming out with new designs to combat this problem. With newer and faster laptops reaching end users on a monthly basis, keeping them cool should be a top priority if you want to prolong the life of your laptop as well as get work done without burning yourself. Today we look at one of the newest offerings by Titan, the “G4T Magic Pad” notebook cooler.

Read the full review at TechnoYard:

Titan has been around for almost 2 decades now, starting operations in 1989. They have a good range of coolers on offer so head down to their site if you wish to have a peek at what they offer.

The main components that generate the most amount of heat on a laptop are the CPU, graphics card and hard drive. If you play a lot of games on your laptop, it’ll take only a few minutes before the laptop has heated up to the point where you no longer can bear to keep it on your lap. I hardly use my laptop for gaming, yet I cannot afford to use it without a cooler since after an hours use the heat generated is quite significant.

The G4T Magic pad comes in a clear hard plastic sleeve case which is a bit of a pain to take off since the sides are sealed. The pad has a dimension of 280 x 280 x 20 mm and weighs in around 800g as per the specifications. This does add some bulk into laptop bag if you carry it around a lot, yet something I have grown accustomed to.

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