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You see laptop mfgs do everything they can to keep their systems cool with the primary concern being the longevity of the laptop and not so much for the environment around it. Under normal conditions the system works flawless, the laptop stays cool so you can compute longer. However once you restrict the air flow by using your lap or various other soft objects the computer will heat up and transfer that heat into the nearest object, namely you.
In this review we will be looking at the Thermaltake T3000 fanless notebook cooler. This is a very simple device for helping to keep you and your laptop cool. The lack of cooling fans means that no external power source is required and that its primary method of cooling is by allowing air to freely access the laptop and prevent heat from accessing you.
Now for the ever popular list of Good things and Bad things.
Fits up to a 15" laptop
Quiet fanless design
4 Heatpipe design
Reinforcement "ribs" leave pressure lines on your legs