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GlacialTech launched two more A1 & A2 SnowPad Series Laptop Cooling Pad - FrostyTech.com GlacialTech launched two more A1 & A2 SnowPad Series Laptop Cooling Pad
Wed Dec 14, 2011 | 3:28P| PermaLink
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The new GlacialTech Cooling Pad is the best way to keep your laptop cool. In order to achieve the best cooling performance, GlacialTech launched another two SnowPad series cooling pad in the title of A1 & A2 which fit laptop from 7” to 12” and the A1 series includes two 70 mm cooling fans with much superior air flow which provides the best cooling performance and not only this the light weighted and portable designed A1 series is convenient for use also. The ergonomic designed A1 series snowpad gives great comfort to the user. This can be accommodated with most of the notebooks, dimensions and wide screens wise. The A1 series snow pad consumes power directly from the notebook with ON/OFF power button. The Anti-slip rubber pads of the A1 series prevent the notebooks from sliding. It is available in black color.
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The A2 series looks stylish and it is designed with metallic surface. It has built-in 85mm fan for silent and effective cooling and built-in USB cable case for easy storage. This can be tilted 15 degrees for comfortable hand placement and has got non -skid traction pads which prevent the notebooks from sliding. It has got USB power supply. It is available in silver color.

One might wonder how prolonged use of notebooks could effect on the upper thigh of the human. It can give first degree burns. Therefore, using laptop until it heats up would not only result in severe health disorder but can also damage the laptop in general. The tiny wirings and connections on the boards within the laptop are also sensitive to changes in temperature. Using the laptop for a long time after it is already heat up can cause these wirings and connections to melt could lead to the malfunctioning of the laptop.

This SnowPad Series laptop cooling Pad from GlacialTech is solidly built and is very stable. In fact, it is the most attractive looking notebook stands/cooling pads that are available in the market with slim and smart design for notebook models. For the convenience of the users, the Snow Pad Series laptop cooling Pad has ERGONOMIC design and is comfortable for long time use.

Two 70mm cooling fans with superior airflow providing best cooling performance.
Accommodate most notebook dimensions and wide screens.
Ergonomically designed for great comfort.
Consume power directly from the notebook with ONO/OFF power button.
Anti-slip rubbers prevent the notebook from sliding.
Works with 7” to 12” laptop.
Stylish metallic surface design.
Built-in 85mm fan for silent and effective cooling.
15 degrees tilt for comfortable hand placement.
Non-skid traction pads.
Built-in USB cable case with easy storage.
USB power supply, no need external.

FULL STORY @ GLACIALTECH
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