The News: Need Some Help Edition

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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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Beth spends much of her time in and around the entertainment industry as well as gathering affiliate news to post here at MEGATechNews. She cannot resist bizarre gadgets, especially those for the kitchen or office.

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