Cooling pads may not be the most essential of accessories for some, but those experiencing heating problems with their laptops, swear by them. Not only to do they make managing the laptop a more comfortable affair, but they also improve the laptop's and the individual's performance by a substantial amount. With cooling pads though, the most important aspect is the ergonomics, the heat dissipation capabilities and the design of the product. Keeping this in mind, Portronics, one of the emerging companies in portable and digital devices have announced the launch of their new product, the Comfy Pad, which basically works as a lapdesk for your laptop or tablet. The lapdesk is spacious, lightweight and aims to provide a stable base to protect one's laptop against heating issues, whether they are travelling, lounging on the couch, relaxing on their bed or reclining on the living-room floor.
The Comfy Pad
This desk includes two micro-bead cushions, which conform to the shape of your body, allowing people to relax their legs, instead of locking the knees together to support the computer. It consists of an ergonomic design with a cushion rest for your wrist, while using the keyboard. In addition, a non-slip glossy finish on the top of the lapdesk helps prevent the computer from sliding around. With the Comfy Pad, the company is vying for the title of the most comfortable and attractive laptop desk solution in the market today.
Here are a few of the specifications of the Comfy Pad:
- Utmost comfortable lapdesk for laptops and tablets
- Patented airflow mechanism to suit the laptops
- Micro-bead lap-pads to give extra comfort
- Can be used with wireless keyboards with desktops
- Built in mouse pad and organiser trays
- Kids can use same for their drawing board, study board, etc
- Available in Red & Black colours
- Includes transparent carry case for life
Priced at 849, the Portronics Comfy Pad is available across the country in 2 different colours - black and red. The Comfy Pad has no additional maintenance cost.
Published Date: May 08, 2012 11:27 am | Updated Date: May 08, 2012 11:27 am