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Evercool Hero Laptop Cooler: Keep Your Boys From Burning

by Shane McGlaun
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I have spent more than my share of time playing around with new gaming laptops. The one thing I can say about the average gaming laptop is that you don’t really want to set them in your lap. They are so heavy you can crunch a testicle and they often get hot enough on the bottom to roast your chestnuts.

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If you are the mobile gaming type and you insist on playing with the notebook in your lap, you need the Evercool Battle Hero laptop cooler. The thing has a pair of 70mm 1500-rpm fans inside the aluminum enclosure. The fans produce about 16dBA of noise when in use. Of course, with the weight of the laptop and this less-than-comfortable-looking cooling pad, you might want to just keep it on a desktop.

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The thing also has a couple drawers inside to store the USB cable and other small items. The cooler will work with machines sporting screens from 9 to 15-inches in size. It measures 324mm x 270mm x 35mm and has cool gamer themed graphics on it. Pricing and availability are unknown.

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