GlacialTech announced M- Flit Series Laptop Cooling Pads

GlacialTech announced four new notebook coolers to help you fight against heat. The new S1, M1, Z1 and L1 models belong to new M-Flip series and are suitable for up from 7” to 17-inch laptops.

The new notebook “refrigerators” utilize GlacialTech’s patent-pending Air Flow Wing design for better cooling and quieter operation. The cooling pads from M-Flip series are made up of plastic ABS and aluminum, they are USB-powered, have a thin aluminum & plastic body with mesh pattern, non-skid rubber domes to prevent slipping, adjustable fan speed device, blue color LED lighting system,  and come in three colors –white, black & silver.

GlacialTech Z1 cooling pad

Check their specifications bellow:

M-Flit Series S1 M1 Z1 L1
Overall Dimension(mm) 270 × 202 × 28 340× 260 × 35 330× 270× 45 410 × 330 × 50
Color black / white black / white Silver black / white
Voltage DC 5V DC 5V DC 5V DC 5V
Fan Speed (rpm) 1800 1200 1400 1200
Fan Dimension(mm) 80 × 80 × 10 200 × 200 × 20 Dual 80 × 80 × 10 200 × 200 × 20
Material Iron + Plastic Plastic ABS Aluminum Plastic ABS
USB Port USB 2.0 × 2







Fan Certificate CE/FCC CE/FCC CE/FCC CE/FCC
1.include adjustable fan speed device
2. blue LED fan
1. Ergonomic design 1. blue LED fan
2. include adjustable fan speed device

GlacialTech M-Flit S1 cooling pad

GlacialTech M-Flit M1 cooling pad

GlacialTech M-Flit L1 cooling pad

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