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Brando Cooling Pad with Keyboard Cools Down Your Laptop and Your Hands

by Lambert Varias
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I often knock Brando for their crazy gadgets, but the truth is the company does sell a lot of practical and cheap devices. Take this thoughtfully designed cooling pad for example. It has a USB-powered keyboard attached to it and is fairly adjustable. Combine the two and you get a product that goes beyond taking care of your computer.

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Laptop owners know how annoying a hot laptop can be. Not only do its fans start to spin faster and louder, the built-in keyboard can get significantly warm too, making typing uncomfortable. This cooling pad not only takes care of your laptop, it also spares your hands. If you can raise the laptop so that its screen is at eye level, then you’ve saved your neck from some pain too.

You can order the USB Notebook Cooling Pad with Keyboard from Brando for $65 (USD). It has three built-in fans, fits laptops up to 16″ wide and includes a USB cable.

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