GlacialTech unveils M-Flit series laptop cooling pad


New Delhi: GlacialTech Inc., a diverse provider of cooling, power supply and PC enclosure solutions for consumer and industrial applications and a world-class provider of cost effective cooling components, has announced the launch of the latest M-Flit Series K1 and T1 laptop cooling pad, to help reduce the load on the system fans.

M-Flit Series K1 device features two height settings for ideal viewing and perfect typing angle with two USB port extenders. M-Flit series laptop cooling pads enable the users to carry it anywhere because of its slim and light weight nature compared to its other cooling pads. It boasts a fully meshed surface for superior air flow plus two 160mm silent LED fans that provide excellent cooling performance. K1 series cooling pad ensures that the components of laptop run smoothly at optimal temperatures. The M-Flit Series K1 supports up to 17” laptops.

M-Flit Series T1 cooling pads are available in three vibrant colours, so that the user can choose their favourite colour. The series exhibits slim, trendy and minimalistic design. Besides, the flat, ultra- narrow frame and metal mesh design provides efficient heat dissipation. T1 series cooling pad with its specially designed stand that can be adjusted to two different ergonomic angles, offers the best possible viewing positions. The fans laptop cooler of 160mm diameter extends the life and functionality of laptop as it is made up of durable mesh and plastic material. T1 series cooling pad supports all the laptops up to 14 inches in size.

Using the laptop for a long time after it is already heated up can cause the wiring and connections to melt which could lead to the malfunctioning of the laptop. However nowadays due to compact design, most of the makers compromise on the cooling aspect of the product – particularly putting the right size fan in place. Therefore, it is highly essential that a laptop user should have at least the right cooling pad for durability of the laptop.

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