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    Ordered the Titan Serina Cooling Pad, too small??
    Hello, I have ordered the Serina Aluminum Pad from Titan the other day for my MacBook Pro 15". Upon looking at the inland products website specs, I concluded that the size of the pad is within the size of the macbook pro. Unfortunately, other websites say that the size is much less. How the **** can this be if they say that the pad is designed to fit ALL notebooks, it says so right in the product description.

    The specs on the product website show
    Unit Dimensions: 42.5 x 30.2 x 5 cm

    Size on other websites indicate
    Outline Dimension 26.4 x 32.5 x 2.7 cm

    The size of my MacBook Pro is
    35.7 x 24.9 x 2.59 cm

    Can anyone please confirm this or has anyone used this before?
    If you have owned this before for your MBP, what do you suggest I do if in fact it is too small?

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    does anyone know anything about this??

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    Quote Originally Posted by obsolete_power
    Hello, I have ordered the Serina Aluminum Pad from Titan the other day for my MacBook Pro 15". Upon looking at the inland products website specs, I concluded that the size of the pad is within the size of the macbook pro. Unfortunately, other websites say that the size is much less. How the **** can this be if they say that the pad is designed to fit ALL notebooks, it says so right in the product description.

    The specs on the product website show
    Unit Dimensions: 42.5 x 30.2 x 5 cm

    Size on other websites indicate
    Outline Dimension 26.4 x 32.5 x 2.7 cm

    The size of my MacBook Pro is
    35.7 x 24.9 x 2.59 cm

    Can anyone please confirm this or has anyone used this before?
    If you have owned this before for your MBP, what do you suggest I do if in fact it is too small?
    Is this the same product? In any case, the outline dimensions of that one are the same as the one you mention (though in mm, not cm), and one reviewer states:

    "Just a little small (I have an HP notebook w/ 17" monitor) so I had to buy some extra rubber feet since the feet on my notebook were past the edge of the cooling pad."

    So, "just a little small" on a 17" HP notebook w/17" might give you some reference point.

    Mark
    "I'm the one that's going to die when it's time for me to die.
    So let me live my life . . . the way I want to.
    " - From "If 6 Was 9" - Jimi Hendrix

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    Quote Originally Posted by geekboy2000
    Is this the same product? In any case, the outline dimensions of that one are the same as the one you mention (though in mm, not cm), and one reviewer states:

    "Just a little small (I have an HP notebook w/ 17" monitor) so I had to buy some extra rubber feet since the feet on my notebook were past the edge of the cooling pad."

    So, "just a little small" on a 17" HP notebook w/17" might give you some reference point.

    Mark
    Thanx a lot dude, I appreciate the response

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