Best Laptop Coolers of 2017

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While they're busy playing your video, enabling a game of Assassin's Creed or crunching a spreadsheet, the CPU, GPU and other components inside your laptop are generating heat. Unfortunately, some laptops don't have the best ventilation systems, and the extra heat can cause your laptop to slow down as the processor throttles performance to avoid a meltdown. Even if performance is no concern, a hot laptop is uncomfortable to touch and can belch hot air in your direction.

If your laptop is getting a little too hot under the collar, a laptop cooler can help. Fortunately we've got a list of the best active and passive notebook cooling solutions on the market.

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