Cooler Master announces new notebook cooler

Cooler Master announces new notebook cooler

The well-known maker of cooling solutions Cooler Master has announced the ErgoStand III notebook cooler. The new cooler is designed as a cooling stand and docking station and can serve the needs of up to 17-inch notebooks and mobile tablets.

The ErgoStand III comes equipped with a large 230 mm ultra silent cooling fan that features Cooler Master’s own new Loop Dynamic Bearing technology. This is the reason why the new notebook cooler can push up to 72 cubic feet of air per minute at a noise level of just 21 dBA, which makes the entire device almost inaudible. Furthermore the cooler features a longer lifespan for the fan thanks to implemented new fan blades and a built-in high quality aluminum fan speed controller. This means you can make the ErgoStand III even quieter!

Apart from the fan the new notebook cooler comes with six ergonomic height settings that will satisfy every user out there. In addition there are adjustable anti-slip holders that can be used with up to 17-inch notebooks or tablets and in case there is no equipment used you can fold the adjustable anti-slip holders into the front panel for easy storage and transport. Cooler Master has also thought of connectivity too – the ErgoStand III comes with four USB ports that can connect all kinds of USB devices to your notebook. These USB devices usually come with cables that can make clutter but the ErgoStand III also comes with various grooves and hooks for all the cables that go around.

The new Cooler Master ErgoStand III is available in Europe now where it sells for EUR 36.90.

Source: Cooler Master

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