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Laptop stands with integrated cooling fans are ten-a-penny nowadays, but the Minifit is the first one we’ve seen with a moveable cooler.

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cRaia's Minifit: cools your laptop at specific points

Designed by firm cRaia, the metal stand allows an 80 x 80 x 10mm, 1500rpm, USB-powered fan to be clipped underneath your laptop. The fan can be moved at whim to provide a hardware-cooling breeze exactly where it’s needed most.

The stand itself measures 222 x 170mm, weighs 235g and comes in a range of colours including “Deep Grey”, red and silver. A larger stand – the Minifit XL – is also available, which measures 300 x 250mm and can be fitted with a larger fan.

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Two fan sizes are available

Launch dates for prices for either stand haven’t been announced. ®

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