Hey guys, this is concerning a Samsung laptop but I figured it'd fit better here because it's about a possible hardware change. We all know that manufacturers stopped referring to them as laptops and instead as notebooks to try and encourage people not to, you know, use their computers on their laps. That doesn't mean people don't do it, and that's the problem I'm having I've recently purchased a Samsung Series 9 900X3A-B06US and I have to use it on my lap a lot, to and from airports and on my commute to work (one and a half hours). This is a problem: as hardwarecanucks.com puts it, "the underside sees temperatures that are best reserved for hot asphalt rather than a notebook. We can’t put this more delicately: when its processor is pushed, the Series 9 can become a dangerously hot nut roaster. " It's driving me mental. The cooling system is all working fine - the CPU temperatures rarely get above 52 degrees and the fan spins up when needed - but sooo much heat goes to the bottom tray of the laptop, which is made of relatively thin powder-coated aluminium. My Question: Is there any kind of lining I can put in the case to save my legs? Some kind of foam or anything really. It's really uncomfortable to do work on and if I can't cool it down I'm going to have to return it. The fan doesn't change the underside temperature no matter how fast it goes and I can't be carrying around a notebook lap stand on planes and on the train. If anyone could help that'd be great, I'm at my wit's end. Thanks, Jonny Edit: I should also add that my use-case in these scenarios is not pushing the processor very much and the system's cooling otherwise seems to work well. I'm only word processing or doing light powerpoint and, as stated, the CPU temps rarely get above 52 degrees.