If laptops are supposed to be used on your lap, why am I always in danger of getting a second-degree burn on my thighs? While some of today’s laptop PCs are better at heat dissipation than earlier models, faster processors and more power still mean that a lot of heat is generated in normal, everyday use. I’ve finally found a product to save my blistering thighs and make my laptop use more enjoyable.

The product is appropriately called the “CoolPad” from a company called Road Tools, based in New Hampshire. After finding the CoolPad mentioned in a techie newsletter I subscribe to, I e-mailed Road Tools about reviewing their product. I got an immediate reply to my inquiry and I take that as a positive reflection on their attention to customer service.

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