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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Anyone using a USB powered fan to cool off their hands while extended work on your iBook?

http://www.kensington.com/html/1265.html

Just throught of this tonight and was wondering if anyone else had. :mac:
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Wouldn't you point that fan toward your face to keep cool.

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Wouldn't you point that fan toward your face to keep cool.
Not with my hands as hot as they get typing on the iBook!
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AND MINE!

I always have warm hands anyway, but when I type on the iBook for a while, they sweat horribly...(not trying to gross you out or anything..).

My wrists do as well. I'm getting a apple wireless keyboard for christmas, so that'll put a stop to it at home at least.

But the fan idea sounds good as well, but your wrist might get a bit too cold!
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Definetely a cool gadget, it seems kinda dumb though...Walkin around with a fan sticking outta ur ibook? haha.
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