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I need a laptop cooling pad. Obviously there are 847 of them on the market, and some of them are reasonably priced and also have gotten pretty good reviews. Here's the problem: Almost all of them are for a 15-inch laptop. Mine is a 17-inch. For all I know about this, I could be the standard computer idiot you all know. Does it matter? Can I use a smaller one? Or, if I can't...what's a good one? I almost always use my laptop actually on my lap, so that's a factor as well. Here is your mission, should you choose to accept it: Find me a cooling pad for an HP Pavilion dv7 that costs less than $50.00 US. I don't have time to research and I really need one. Go!

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