Cooler Master debuts new laptop cooler for under 10 USD

Cooler Master, the renowned manufacturer of PC chassis, power supplies, coolers and other accessories, has come up with a new laptop cooler that comes with an irresistible price of under 10 USD.

The novelty belongs to the NotePal series of laptop coolers and is named NotePal D-Lite. The NotePal D-Lite keeps laptops up to 15” cool and quiet with its large 140mm fan and is suited for office settings.

Built with sturdy, yet light materials, the NotePal D-Lite makes it easy to travel with it and then store it when not in use. Having in mind the limited number of USB ports laptops come with, NotePal D-Lite comes with a USB pass-through connector that will power it and at the same time provide access for another USB device.

Cooler Master NotePal D-Lite

The new Cooler Master NotePal D-Lite also features an ergonomic design with support for better viewing and typing angles and allows for longer and more comfortable laptop sessions.

The new cooler comes with a MSRP of 9.99 USD and should be available for purchase shortly.


Source: Legitreviews

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