Genesis Oxid 850 RGB – a pad ready to cool down the largest laptops

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Modern laptops often require help when it comes to dealing with overt heat. More often than not this is because of not so efficient cooling systems. This is where cooling pads come in, for example, the newly launched Genesis Oxid 850 RGB model.

The Genesis Oxid 850 RGB is a cooling pad for laptops with screens with a maximum diameter of 17.3”. Efficient cooling for the heat coming out of the laptop is maintained thanks to five fans. The main, 140 mm one works with a speed of up to 2500 RPM. The remaining four 60 mm fans rotate with 1100 RPM. This configuration allows for airflow with a volume of approximately 120 cubic meters per hour.

The fans in the Genesis Oxid 850 RGB pad are covered with a sheet of perforated aluminium, and the rest of the casing is made from durable ABS material. The aim of the structure is to support the laptop and efficiently distribute heat. Additionally, the user can configure the pad with six inclination settings in order to adapt the screen and workspace to their needs.

Genesis Oxid 850 RGB laptop stand

Gamers will surely appreciate an RGB illumination system of the main fan. This allows the pad to complete a gaming station and other illuminated accessories, such as a mouse and headphones. If they wish to do so, the illumination can be turned off in a split second. The manufacturer also included the option to switch between three fan speeds, to give full control over the sound emitted by the pad, with a maximum of 56 dB.

The Genesis Oxid 850 RGB pad is powered by one of two available USB 2.0 ports, thus reducing the number of used ports while being powered from a laptop. The whole set weighs around 1.4 kg.

The model should be available for purchase with a suggested price of 47,99€  / 54,99$.

Genesis Oxid 850 RGB technical specification:

  • Model: Oxid 850 RGB
  • Size: 400 x 250 x 45 mm
  • Materials: aluminium, ABS


  • Primary: 140 mm, 2500 RPM (+/- 10%)
  • Secondary: 4 x 60 mm, 1100 RPM  (+/- 10%)
  • Air Flow: around 118cubic meters/h
  • Volume: up to 56 dB(A)
  • Connections: 2 x USB

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