Power.If we were to summarize in one word the essence of the new MacBook Pro Early 2011 from just placed on the market probably this would probably be the best.And do not say much to say,but we refer to the data obtained from the benchmark readily disseminated as soon as new portable Apple have been available to the general public.
But anyone who has a Mac (MacBook Pro in particular) know that the power that Apple offers for its computer goes hand in hand with a "little problem" has never been resolved.The computer from overheating.No objection if an iMac or a Mac Pro get hot.The rest are definitely a few fundamentalists fan boy that caress,embrace and kiss your Mac desktop all the time.But if you have a laptop with apple and chewed it rests on the legs then you are likely to become,along with the unibody aluminum heat sinks beings.
But someone has come up with a solution as banal as comfortable.We speak of the children of Rain Design that,for some time now,they invented the ' iLap .
L 'iLap is nothing more than a a l amiera of aluminum which,suitably shaped and equipped with bearings in foam (one front and one rear),it allows to rest the right MacBook Pro (or MacBook).In this way you can avoid the contact between the Apple laptop and the user's body (usually the legs) allowing proper cooling and the MacBook Pro to prevent heating of the user (especially in summer).
The presence of the two bearings in foam allows to damp the weight of the handset and,in contact with clothing or with bare legs,creates a friction which does not facilitate a sliding dell'iLap from the body part on which it is resting.Even in the most strange.In addition,thanks to four special rubber feet to stick to the four corners dell'iLap going to coincide with those on the area below the MacBook Pro,you have a socket to avoid any unpleasant slips and falls (except inclinations dell'iLap excessive or too sudden ).
The iLap has only one "defect".Or at least the only one we found after months of intensive use. The front bearing tends to lose its shape that allows it to "merge" with the aluminum structure.Nothing problematic given the ease with which you can rearrange the fabric that holds the foam bringing all as in the initial conditions of purchase.The front bearing,moreover,remains firmly attached to the aluminum structure dell'iLap thanks to a wand specially sewn on the bearing itself. The front bearing can be replaced (the rear one,however,is fixed),but there is a procedure that is not recommended in buy a new one as it is quite expensive.This spare,in fact,is not available in Italy and the shipping to get it from the U.S. amounted to about $ 46 (plus about $ 10 for the bearing).
THE EASY ANSWER 4 you.2009-09-16 21:59:16 by no-cookies4u
You should get yourself an aluminum laptop cooler with 2 or 3 very strong fans..... and it's best to get one with fans that can be manually changed to either pull the hot air from the bottom of the computer, or push cool air onto the bottom of the computer. (for your overheating problem I would suggest to push the cool air directly into your fans)
On my last laptop I had a bad overheating problem. It ran hot when in an air conditioned room, and if I had my laptop outside in the summertime (like at a coffee shop in the city), it would heat up to 90C after a few minutes and then shut off (and that was just using firefox on xubuntu)
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