The top of the Notebook Cooler 200 shows the mirrored corners, black construction, and the large 200mm blue LED fan as it would appear powered up.
The back panel holds information about the features in three languages. The bottom half holds specifications on the cooler and information for both settings of the fan. Next to the specs there is a drawing showing how the air us pulled in from underneath and blown into the bottom of your notebook.
The sides are more plain and don't provide much information, but this side does have another view of the 200 in dimmer lighting.
The only other panel with any info is this, and it is just the compliance and shipping information icons.
Opening the top of the box, I found two pieces of high density foam supporting both sides, while a third strip runs under the fan for additional support. The Notebook Cooler 200 is also wrapped in a plastic liner to keep the foam and paperwork off the product and keep the textured and mirrored finishes in great shape.
Instructions for notebook coolers are really simple. Step one, put notebook on top of the cooler. Step two, route cable and plug in the USB connection. Step three, select the fan speed and use the LED lighting by positioning the switches on the back correctly.
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