Gamers will know: the amounts of data and graphics that the laptop has to deal with after hours of gaming make it really sweaty. The laptop runs noticeably hot and switches on the integrated fan.

Often, however, the internal fan is not enough, because laptops naturally lie on a table, lap or other surface, so the heated air can hardly be transported away. A laptop cooler from the Pusat series from Tulpar-Notebook can help here.

Laptop Cooler? What is That?

A laptop cooler or notebook cooler supports the air supply on laptops. The so-called cooler pads basically consist of an open housing, inside which several electric fans are installed. The open housing improves air supply and waste heat. Cooling for the laptop is important for two reasons:

Reduced wear and tear on the hardware, resulting in a longer service life

Constant performance

Depending on the model, active gaming laptop coolers contain one or more fans. With its open surface, the notebook cooler serves as a base for the laptop and promotes air circulation. Warm air is extracted from the bottom of the laptop and exhausted to the side, while cool air is directed to the notebook. The speed of the fans can be regulated, but be careful - the faster the louder!

The Pusat cooler with two fans can be connected to the notebook via USB. This ensures the power supply.

Who needs a laptop cooler?

Anyone who only writes emails, surfs online or organizes files will hardly need a notebook cooler. These activities do not challenge the computer as much. It only overheats through things like video editing, multimedia programs or computer games. This is where a notebook cooler honestly makes sense to maintain performance and extend the life of the computer.

How Laptop Cooler Works?

Laptop Coolers come in two flavors, active and passive.

Active gaming laptop coolers are equipped with electric fans, which dissipate the heat of the laptop via the generated air flow, either by sucking out the used air and transporting it sideways or by cooling the bottom of the notebook.

In summary, active gaming laptop coolers offer the following advantages and disadvantages:

● Optimize air circulation

● Consist of thermally conductive materials

● Significantly improve cooling

● Have fans

● Make a humming noise when running, which gets louder the faster they run

● Need electricity

● Often provide additional USB ports

The passive models are designed to cool the laptop and notebook. This is done through thermally conductive materials and the optimized design. It provides more space between the laptop and the pad and can thus prevent heat build-up.

We also want to list the advantages and disadvantages for passive notebook coolers again:

● Works without electricity

● Smart design improves airflow under the notebook

● Without electric fan

● Manufactured from thermally conductive materials

● Cooling performance is mediocre

● Totally silent

● No additional functions

The Gaming Laptop Cooler from Tulpar-Notebook is a pure aluminum panel with excellent cooling performance. It maximizes cold airflow over an aluminum extrusion plate that efficiently dissipates heat. In addition, two fans are installed, so that the Pusat Cooler can be operated both passively and actively, tailored to your current computer performance - just the best laptop cooler.

Buy Laptop Fans

You can buy laptop fans in specialist shops as well as online, such as in our Tulpar notebook gaming shop.

Buying online has the advantage that the range of gaming laptop cooling is simply much larger. At a glance you have the size, equipment and price. The reviews of other customers and consultants of the Tulpar notebook shop are just as good as a conversation with the consultants in the specialist store. In addition, you can research and order here so wonderfully from the couch.

All in all, investing in a laptop cooler can make sense. Especially for gaming laptops or computers that need to provide high performance over a long period of time. The active coolers are worthwhile for all gaming laptops, computers that have a long service life or where the system is heavily used.