Whether it is video rendering, massive image editing, or hardcore gaming, laptops are inevitably going to heat up quickly and require some intense fan spinning action. Sometimes, that doesn't even help. Your MacBook feels like an oven anyways. Cooler Master is known for their computer peripherals and accessories, and their NotePal Ergo 360 Laptop Cooler is here to potentially save the day. Designed to keep your laptop cooler than usual during highly-intensive operation, the Ergo 360 does the job with a couple of interesting twists. The 360 in its name highlights the fact that you can spin your laptop 360 degrees while it is on the cooler and hidden underneath is a tablet holder as well. All of these unique features are begging for Gadgetmac's seal of approval. Check out the full review after the cut to see our final verdict.Read More
With chiclet keyboards on the rise, thanks to Apple MacBooks and other laptops nowadays, the "old-school" mechanical keyboards have been slowly forced out of the general consumer scene. Despite the fact that mechanical keyboards tend to be bulky, loud, obnoxious, and even unusable for some people, there is still hope for them elsewhere. This elsewhere happens to be the gaming community. Cooler Master is a well-known name in the gaming industry for their PC components such as desktop towers and cooling fans.
However, more recently, Cooler Master expanded their reach and created CM Storm, their gaming-exclusive area of the company focusing on gaming peripherals. The CM Storm QuickFire TK Cherry MX Blue Gaming Keyboard is their latest entry into the gaming world. Skip on past the cut to see the full specs of what Cooler Master has to offer and whether or not this new kid on the block belongs with the OGs such as Razer, Logitech, Das Keyboard and SteelSeries.