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Ecofan Bamboo Cooling Stands: Cool Your Laptop With Wood

by Paul Strauss

Does your laptop get hotter than Hades and overheat all the time? I know there are plenty of laptop cooling solutions out there, but how many of them actually look decent?


Macally’s wooden ECOFAN and ECOFANPRO stands keep your laptop nice and cool, and look good doing it . Each stand has a built-in USB powered cooling fan, and can support any laptop up to 17″. They’re made from Bamboo wood, which not only has a warm natural style, it’s eco-friendly.


While the ECOFAN features a fixed-position stand, I greatly prefer the adjustable height stand on the ECOFANPRO (pictured above). Here’s a snapshot of the simpler model:


Both stands are available over on Amazon, with prices around $32 to 33 (USD) for either model. With virtually no price difference, there’s no reason not to go PRO.

Now all I need is one of those Bamboo laptops to go with this, and I’ll be set.

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Comments (1):

  1. janice says:

    While i do like the way the bamboo looks I still prefer performance over appearance. I have used fan coolers for years now but I’m always left disappointed by either the performance or the short life span. I’ve turned to fanless coolers, right now im using one by ThermaPAK, works great and my laptop is cool and stays that way even without the usb powered fans.

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