CoolerMaster ノートパソコン用クーラー ERGOSTAND III (型番:R9-NBS-E32KJ-GP)
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The fan is big and pretty much quite because most laptop fans will overcome the 200mm fan. But be careful at maximum RPM of the fan because in some configuration of height can introduce vibration that can be seen in the screen.
The build quality is good, not ultra premium but ok. The cooling pad is absolutely a must for my Asus Zenbook Pro Duo because the laptop has 2 screens and it needs to be help as high as possible at maximum openness of the lid to see them at good angle.
the styling is very nice
the grippy feet are very good - it's hard to slide the pad on the desktop
the fans are quite
the fan control is a great addition
NO BRIGHT LEDS!!!!!! wow
Handy cable manager
the length and positioning of the little feet that stick up to hold the laptop in place are poorly considered:
1) for no good reason the feet are set unreasonable far away from the lower edge of the pad which means that when the laptop is resting on them there is a lot of wasted space between where the bottom edge the laptop is and the bottom edge of the pad (see the top part of the image). This means that when the cooling fan is running, the lower part of it just blows out passed the laptop and hits you in the face - it's dry contact lens city! This also means that my laptop hangs off of the edge at the top of the pad, the area that needs cooling post as that's often there the CPU and GPU are located.
2) the feet don't quite come up high enough for my laptop - they do hold it in place but I'm constantly worried about it slipping off. (please see the bottom part of the image). Now, I know that I do have an unusually thick laptop and that it has quite a high and thin front edge, but it's just a little shorter than I would have liked it to be - another cooling pa I have as just a few mm more height in the feet and this results in a much more secure fit.
it comes with a micro-USB port for mains power, but not cable is provided
Laptops biggest enemy of heat buildup can be a slow killer to performance both in real time as well long term if this becomes a regular enough occurance. The ergo stand iii fan is USB powered directly from your laptop or a seperate USB plug if you have a spare and cools suficiently well to ensure bliss for your laptop. The fan is also inaudiable except putting your ear against it and features a speed dial for if it is doing too good a job so as to give you chilly fingers.
Positioning wise the stand whilst flat will raise your device just under 2 inches whilst flat and adjusts variably up to a 45 degree angle. This greatly improves viewing angles to avoid staining the angle of your back and neck if you have a slouching tendancy. If you tend to type from standing the accented incline of the keyboard becomes far Less tedious and stressfull overall.
Lastly the stand incorporates cable management and a 4 port USB hub. Something highly useful if you have a seperate keyboard, mouse, monitor, sound system and multiple external drives like myself this week after my desktop rig bit the dust.
The real value in the ergostand iii is the stress relief it will lift away from you knowing you can walk in home, place your laptop/device on the stand, only have to plug in a few neat cables and play a game without the worry of your device dying on you is golden. Its study safe supporting upto 17" devices and gives power with the extra clutter and restraints that comes with it.
Its a very worthwhile £35 to spend
The only complaint I have is that the fan seems too close to the front of the device meaning that the bottom of my laptop and some open space is being cooled. Most of the vents for my laptop are at the rear.
The stand is very light and fits my Dell XPS 15 perfectly. The fan is near silent even at highest rpm. There's an optional 5V Micro USB input (cable not included) for power if you don't want to power it via laptop USB. I was a bit concerned about how chunky it looked in photos, but in reality it's quite slim.
The real genius is the pegs to hold the laptop in place. These do not need to be fully extended but can be set at an angle so they do not impede keyboard and trackpad use.
Don't hesitate to buy this.
reason why i didnt give 5/5 - is because the plastic is hard to take/but back on to clean the dust on the fan
It doesn't do miracles with the temperature while under intense use (i.e. gaming) however, it defo makes a difference.
Feel confident, go for it....Recommended..!
Unlike the Targus the fan cools the whole of your laptop, not just the top, which for most, if not all laptops is only where the battery is located.
This is also a lot quieter even on full speed!
One concern I did have was the base wouldn't balance very well when placed on my lap... fortunately this in not the case! sat on my bed it balances just fine, duvet or no duvet!
All in all! If you want a laptop pad that keeps your laptop battery cool but nothing else, get the Targus... But if you want something that keeps you're GPU (35-50°C) and CPU below 46°C while Youtubing and twitch and the below 59-65°C while gaming get the Cooler Master Ergostand 3
It's not obtrusive by any means but it 'thrums' slightly... by any standards they're up with the best.
UPDATE: 2 JAN 2018 Still performing perfectly.