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Akasa Everest Cooling Station for Laptops

Akasa Everest Cooling Station for Laptops

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Akasa are renowned for their many cooling-related series and products, but over the years they diversified into other market areas.  We reviewed many of their products during the past few years, including but not limited to PSU’s, computer cases and CPU coolers. Today we are going to have a look at a rather interesting product, the Everest notebook cooling station. As its name suggests, the Everest is a stand for notebooks designed to serve as a cooler.

Akasa additionally claims that this product will not only provide supplementary cooling to your notebook, but will also greatly enhance its ergonomics. We will thoroughly examine these bold statements in this review.

Manufacturer’s Features and Specifications

  1. Six height positions for eye level screen use
  2. Low noise fans with speed control
  3. Aluminium cooling plate for performance cooling
  4. Large mesh window for unrestricted airflow
  5. Four port USB hub expands notebook connectivity
  6. Optimised for 15.4” widescreen notebooks
Application Notebooks and MacBooks
Material Aluminium cooling panel, ABS support
Outline dimension 350 x 335 x 55 mm
Fans dimension 70 x 70 x 15mm
Fan speed 1500 – 2000 R.P.M.
Fan control Manual speed dial
Hub Four port USB 2.0
Cable 600 mm USB Y cable
Rated voltage DC 5V
Weight 1800g
Product Code AK-NBC-09BK

About Author

Stuart Davidson

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