The News: Friday, May 10 Edition Beth Snyder May 10, 2013 A few days ago, I ordered a Cooler Master NotePal LapAir, which came two days ago. I’ve been using it, and loving it, ever since. Before, my laptop would literally get too hot to touch in a few places after I’d used it for a while, which led me to believe I was going to have to get a new one already (something I definitely do not have the money for just now). Now, the internal fan hardly ever runs, and even when I’m doing the graphics-heavy things that used to make it heat up (sometimes to the point of shutting down), it’s perfectly fine. I don’t know about it being a “noiseless” fan as the company claims, but what little noise it makes quickly becomes unheard background noise, and disappears entirely when there is any ambient noise like a TV or stereo. So…no more overheating laptop, plus a comfy pad so I can use it on my actual lap, even while wearing shorts, with no problems? This one is a definite win, and it was well under thirty bucks. I love that! LanOC gets us going with the Cooler Master V1000 Power Supply KitGuru wants you to Win NZXT and Phanteks hardware TweakTown inundates us with Seagate’s 2013 Consumer and Enterprise SSD Product Overview, Seagate 600 SSD ST240HM000 240GB SSD, Seagate 600 SSD ST480HM000 480GB SSD, and Seagate Pro 600 Enterprise SSD eTeknix goes inside the Silverstone Redline Series RL04 Mid-Tower Chassis PureOverclock examines the Transcend StoreJet 25A3 750GB Hi Tech Legion shares its thoughts on the Gigabyte Z77X-UD4H Motherboard Benchmark Reviews gets its hands on the Fractal Design Adjust 108 Fan Controller TechRadar focuses on the Olympus TG-2 Techgage tests out the Seagate Desktop HDD.15 4TB techPowerUp chills out with the Phanteks PH-TC14PE Bjorn3D takes a look at the ASUS GTX 650 Ti Boost DCII Au-Ja gets into the Xilence Torino – mini-ITX case with hot-swap Legit Reviews hooks up with the Buffalo AirStation N600 Dual-Band Wireless Router ThinkComputers spends some time with the GX Gaming KMH 100 Gaming Kit Finally, HotHardware goes mobile with the HTC One Smartphone Share This With The World!