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Cooler Master NotePal X-Slim Notebook Cooler Review - The Packaging

Another Cooler Master NotePal series cooling solution for notebooks arrives - this one a little more conservative compared to the U Stand.

| Notebook Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Sep 16, 2011 6:36 am
TweakTown Rating: 86%Manufacturer: Cooler Master

The Packaging

 

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The X-slim is in the typical purple and white box with an image of the X-Slim with and without a laptop placed on it in images. There are also three features listed that cover the slim and lightweight design, the adjustable height, and the 160mm silent fan.

 

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The side panels match each other and give you the name and basic description of what it is along with another image of the X-slim.

 

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On the back Cooler Master offers all of the pertinent information on the X-Slim. On the left are two charts, on contains a list of seven features, and beneath it are the specifications. On the right there are six images that show features that aren't covered in the list at the left.

 

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On the long side opposite the handle is information pertaining to this being a laptop cooler and company information and web addresses at the right end.

 

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On the inside the X-Slim is packed just like all of the other Cooler Master samples like this I have received. Both ends of the unit are supported with dense foam that keeps it in the middle of the box. Just in case something does break the packaging, or there is a lot of vibration in transit, there is a plastic liner as the last line of defense against abrasions.

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