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The iPhone doesn’t seem to be doing very well.

  Take a look here and here for accounts on what seems to be wrong with it, despite what the involved parties are saying or not saying about it .

 

 

 The good guys at JETART were nice enough to send a sample of their CoolStand3 Notebook Cooler to try out. This full size laptop cooler features a swivel base and is powered by a USB port.

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The two bottom clips flip out to hold the laptop in place.

Key Features

  • Swivel Base
  • Fits 11.1″ to 15.4″ notebooks
  • USB powered – 0.7 volts
  • Size 300 x 276 x 23 mm, Weight 800 grams
  • Fan speed 2000 rpm, 21.3 dBA

A look at the base reveals the swivel – this allows users to mount a laptop and swivel it 360°:

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Opening the unit shows the underside of the cooler’s top, showing the fan and USB cable:

 

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The top is held in place with a metal bracket that adjusts the tilt angle from 20° to 50° in six steps:

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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again; to us, such situations have a three word solution: Don’t buy it.  You want to spend money on solutions, not problems.  Unless you’re a certified masochist, why buy a problem?

Think about it.    

Ed

About Ed Stroligo 95 Articles
Ed Stroligo was one of the founders of Overclockers.com in 1998. He wrote hundreds of editorials analyzing the tech industry and computer hardware. After 10+ years of contributing, Ed retired from writing in 2009.

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