Logitech N100 Laptop/ Notebook Cooling Pad
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- Slotted surface, with a virtually silent airflow.
- The colours and shape are inspired by nature.
- The versatile design with rear air intake allows for steady, unobstructed airflow.
- Enclosed, durable construction protects the internal fan from dust and damage.
- Low power consumption means the Cooling Pad N100 is designed for efficiency.
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Logitech N100 Cooling Pad
Some things are better with a little heat - like salsa or a day at the beach. However, your trusted and beloved notebook computer is definitely not one of them. Whether set up on your desk - with or without an external keyboard and mouse - or on your lap, the USB-powered Logitech Cooling Pad N100 distributes air quietly and evenly under the case of your notebook, helping to protect you from the heat.
Our cooling pad looks good in any room of your home, as the colours and shape were inspired by nature. Its versatile design with rear air intake allows for steady, unobstructed airflow. The enclosed, durable construction protects the internal fan from dust and damage. Plus, it’s designed for efficiency, with minimal impact on your notebook’s battery power.The slotted surface, with virtually silent airflow, allows the USB-powered fan to distribute air quietly and evenly under your notebook. The rear air intake allows for steady, unobstructed airflow – whether on your lap or on a desk.
Durable construction, low power consumption
The enclosed, durable construction protects internal fan from dust and damage. Designed for efficiency, the Cooling Pad N100 creates minimal impact on your notebook’s battery.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is silent and the exhaust vent on the notebook is cool!!!!
I use it on a desk but I like the contoured style if I want to sit up in bed or in a chair.
Note book is secure and frees the front where the sound jacks are.
Slim enough to put into a case with the notebook.
Am I pleased? Just bought one for my daughter who leaves hers on the sofa or bed!!!!
Question in my head is why don't they build these things in as an add on to the notebook design?
+ Nice design
+ Very quiet
+ Tidy USB cable
+ Good grip on laptop
+ Light but fairly robust for every day use
(NB: Probably wouldn't survive a drop onto a hard surface unscathed)
- Only mild cooling effect (Approx. 5-10 degrees maximum internal cooling effect)
- Rather small
Good value for money in terms of getting a usable laptop stand that can sit on your knee comfortably. But let down in terms of actual cooling performance. Could have done with an extra couple of fans.
So should you buy it? I'd say that as long you aren't expecting super performance you won't regret the purchase as you do get a usable laptop stand.
Having had this laptop cooler/stand for several months now I am pleased to report absolutely no problems with it. It's very comfortable and secure when sat on your knee which is not something many similar products can claim.
+ Excellent Design: Your laptop firmly lie on the cooling pad, the wire of usb may be easily to be hidden. The cooling area is big enough for the whole laptop even though your laptop is not central at the cooling area.
+Fan Noise: No Problem at all for the noise of the fans cause. It couldn't be more quiet.
+Weight: The Weight of the pad is fairly light so you feel comfortable to keep it on your leap.
+Warranty: You have 1 year warranty of Logitech for the pad.
+ At the moment, I couldn't find any at all. I would highly recommend this product to other consumers.
I've attached heat sensors to the hot spot on my laptop and I've taken measurements with the fan off, fan on, increasing the gap between the pad and the machine, raising the pad off the table-top etc and I can find no significant difference in machine temperature. The problem I think is a basic incompatability between my machine and the pad.
The hot-spot on my HP Pavillion laptop is at the top left-hand corner but the fan in the pad is in the centre. Although the pad has a concave curve, the clearance between the pad and the laptop in the corners is minimal. The relatively weak fan, the distance between the fan and the heat source and minimal clearance all detract from the fan's capacity to take the heat away from my machine.
If the hot-spot is DIRECTLY over the fan results may be better. The next time I buy a pad (which may be quite soon) I will get one where the fan is placed much nearer the heat source.
Btw - the best cooling was achieved by dispesning with the pad, propping the laptop up by an inch at each corner,
and just letting the laptop's own fan do the work.
On the positive side, this pad is ideal for working on your lap. It's light, comfortable and stable. And it's USB powered, very convenient.
UPDATE - it's now September 2011 and the Logitech Cooling Pad is sitting in the window of the local Oxfam Shop. I've replaced it with the Cooler Master Notepal U3 from Kikatek. An excellent piece of kit which addresses many of the problems with the Logitech.
I also bought a 3-fan My-Link which also had the same problem with fans being exposed underneath so got trapped in the bedsheets or my lap.
This one is better because the cooling fan is raised from the bottom so less likely for anything to get trapped. It is protected inside so nothing gets near the fan.
I like that the cooling pad is a wedge so you don't have a leg to flip out to make it stand up.
It is quite well made compared to the My-Link cooling pad with good quality plastic. The quality of the product is very good indeed.
Bad points - it is very expensive for what it is and also the ventilation slots need to be as wide as the whole cooling fan instead so that all fans on the bottom of my laptop get the use of the air flow and not just the middle fans. As result I have to move my laptop to the right so that the left side ventilation gets air flow.
It would also be better if there were 3 fans inside this rather than just the 1 to give better cooling. My laptop sometimes still overheats but after trying a few of these cooling stands its the best I have come across.
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not sure it did anything, although i could see the fan was spinningPublished 20 months ago by pb858