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Choiix Mini Air-Through Notebook Cooling Pad Review  - Choiix Mini Air-Through Notebook Cooling Pad Review
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"In a world where information is so easily sent and received, the demand for mobile computers is very strong. Business simply wouldn't progress without the mobile computer. Manufacturers of mobile computing are very keen to produce super thin solutions that are easier to move from place to place, due to the hardware inside being so compact this means that components get hot quicker than the conventional PC and this can ultimately lead to system crashes and even hardware failure. So to combat this problem cooling product developers are designing units to relieve mobile computers of this unwanted heat. Today we have one of these coolers, the Choiix Mini Air-Through Notebook Cooling Pad."
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