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RadTech preps adjustable notebook cooling stand

updated 12:00 pm EST, Tue January 12, 2010

Pre-order for OmniStand begins

RadTech has announced that a new notebook stand, the OmniStand, is now available for pre-order online. The accessory allows allows heat from a computer to dissipate without fans or other powered cooling techniques. It is built with an aluminum alloy, and supports four different height adjustments for as many as seven different working positions. RadTech has also designed the OmniStand to be portable, folding down to less than a centimeter in thickness.

The stand is currently being offered at an introductory price of $60, with an expected ship date of January 31st. A firm end-date for the $60 pricetag has not been revealed, but after the promotion is done the cost will increase to $70.










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  1. Foe Hammer

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    Seven Positions?

    I can see the five they show on their website (flat, plus 4 inclined positions) but what are positions #6 and #7 ... or do I really want to know?

    Even at the discounted price it seems a bit steep. Still, I'm strangely attracted to it ...

  1. Foe Hammer

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    I got it!

    Positions #6 and #7 must be upside-down and backwards.

    I also have a weird urge to go get a block of cheese ...

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