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External PCMCIA Fan for laptop


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I seen a fan that was made like a modem card for a laptop computer,it just pluged right in 1 of the 2 pcmcia ports,and pulled air in thru it,for added cooling capasity.has any one ever seen one of these before,if so what it it called,and where can I find one.or just the real name of the fan would be great.thanks for any help. <_<
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Here's a link to one with a review:
http://www.dansdata.com/jfans2.htm

And, how to make your own:
http://perso.wanadoo.../PCMCIA_FAN.htm
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Thanks very much,I had looked everywhere,good info..... <_<
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Well I checked it out a little more and it is what I'm looking for,But it's a little on the High side,is there any others that you might know of that has the same product,just a little cheeper....but thanks for the first site,if all elce fails,I'll have to pay the $40.70.......
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I didn't have much luck finding other sources, but it doesn't look like the mfg is even making it any more <_<
http://www.justcoole...lish/eindex.htm
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