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Thursday, 21 June 2007

This is damn funny

I went to the owner of DSM site's blog today. I read one of his blog post saying that his picture got hotlinked and he was not credited. The guy was selling the product he reviewed on eBay and using his picture and sucking up his bandwidth. He turned the pictures into words of copyright infringement. Here are some pictures still available at eBay.

The Antec NoteBook Cooler S comes in a fairly easy to open plastic clamshell package, the package is secured by two brass rivets. You can plainly see the NoteBook Cooler S through the package so you know exactly what the product is.

Flipping it over to the back Antec has an example of how the NoteBook Cooler S is installed and how it works, along with the features and specs listed as well.

The Antec NoteBook Cooler S only comes with a brief instruction sheet, as there really isn't much to know about installing and using this laptop cooler.

The NoteBook Cooler S is very small, portable and lightweight. It features two fans that can run at high or low speeds which suck air in through the top and push it out through the bottom across the bottom of your laptop. In the following picture you can see the corners have little non-slip pads on them, where your laptop would rest, the pads keep it firmly in place.

The NoteBook Cooler S features a pass-though USB power connection to power the fans, so you don't have to worry about losing a USB port while using the cooler. This is something all active notebook coolers should have, my laptop, a Dell Latitude C640 only has one USB port on it, and I hate to not have access to it as I normally use it for my BlueTooth dongle.

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