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Antec Brings Advanced Cooling Power to Laptop Users

| Laptops News | Posted: Dec 14, 2006 10:52 pm

Antec have just released a new variant of their original "Notebook Cooler" product, this dubbed the "Notebook Cooler S". As the little brother to the original model, it's ideal for those traveling on a regular basis with their lappies, and gives them the choice to adjust the cooling performance/noise levels depending on the environment they're in.

 


For more info, grab Antec's official PR folks.

 


Fremont, CA - December 13, 2006 - Antec, Inc., the leading global brand of high-performance computer components for the PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself markets, has released Notebook Cooler S, a small portable laptop cooler that effectively prevents overheating and associated problems, and NP-100, a high-capacity notebook power adapter that increases the life of laptop batteries.

 

Notebook Cooler S, the little brother to the original Notebook Cooler, is ideal for notebook users who travel frequently with their laptops. The lightweight cooler uses two quiet, ball-bearing blowers to direct cool air across the base of the laptop as it rests on the device. Notebook Cooler S saves users the worry of malfunction due to overheating, protecting components and prolonging the life of laptops and the valuable information stored on them.

 

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