Laptop cooling pads do just what their name suggests, they keep your laptop nice and cool while you use it. When you're using your laptop, especially resource-heavy software such as video editors or 3D games, the processor gives off heat. Desktop computer housings have plenty of space for fans and extra cooling units, but laptop housings have limited space. That's why it's helpful to set a laptop on a laptop cooling pad while in use. In doing so, you're ensuring sensitive internal parts won't be damaged by the heat. Companies which need to order in bulk should look for wholesale offers to save money.