Scythe debuts Kama Thermo 3 thermometer
PC enthusiasts know that the operating temperatures of various PC components are crucial. Poorly cooler system components suffer from shorter life, instability, overheating and other problems. This is the reason why you must have efficient cooling inside your computer but even with it, the question remains open – actually, how hot are your components?
The well-known cooling solution maker Scythe has a solution – its latest Kama Thermo 3 thermometer. The device comes in a metallic chassis made of aluminum, which extends its sturdiness and lifetime. There’s also a built-in screen that displays the temperature values of two individual temperature sensors both in Celsius and Fahrenheit. Depending on what they want to do, users can connect one or two temperature sensors to the rear side of the thermometer. A USB connector in the rear can provide power in case of need. If this is the case then the display will glow in blue; if you use the built-in battery you will get just readings in order for the device to function longer.
The Scythe Kama Thermo 3 measures 53.5 x 30.5 x 20.5 mm and weighs just 35 grams. It can measure temps from 0-100 degrees Celsius (32-200 degrees Fahrenheit) with an accuracy of 1 degree. Values are refreshed every 2 seconds.
The new Scythe thermometer is available now for EUR 8.30. The retail package contains the device, a built-in button-cell battery, a multilingual manual and two temperature sensors.