To conclude, I like the innovative idea of the TDD-9000 with its “proven" claims and ability to cool your laptop in an eco-friendly manner. However, with the poor results I witnessed, this power-less technology isn’t going to win me over.
However, results maybe very different with a bottom-fan mounted notebook. We do not have one available though and so cannot prove this. But for £14, it may be worth a try.
- No Power Needed
- Looks good
- Comfortable Base for Laptop
- Hardly Reduces Temperatures
- Could Easily be Pierced
Bottom Line: If you’re looking for a way to cool your overheating laptop, stick with tried and tested conventional cooler. If you’re an eco-freak, have a spare £14 kicking about or want to try new technology, give it a blast.
The Nexus TDD-9000 is receiving an unfortunate 3 out of 5. This rating is based on this product being innovative and which may work more effectively with bottom-fan mounted laptops.