Cooler Master unveils Storm SF-19 Gaming notebook cooler pad equipped with USB 3.0 ports

Cooler Master launched a new gaming notebook cooler with 2 x 140mm adjustable turbine fan and equipped with four USB 3.0 ports .

CM Storm is appropriate for large notebooks with sizes of 19-inches and beyond. It measures 490 x 354 x 74 mm, weights 1.98 kg and feature a Mammoth Cooling Surfacing for heat-dissipating, cold-forged polygon mesh surface, for improved airflow and Multi-light Shader –  a 7-color multi-LED lighting.

SF-19 Gaming notebook cooler pad

The cooling pad also is reinforced with premium anti-slip rubbers, that also protect the SF-19 from damages and adding shock absorbing fortification and has a build-in carrying handle. The SF-19is cooled by two removable 140mm fans working at 1200 to 2600 RPM, which positions can be adjusted to create an optimum airflow pattern and also has a built-in fan controller.

SF-19 Gaming notebook cooler pad


And finally SF-19 comes equipped with four USB 3.0 ports,  to hook up a hard drives, high performance gaming mice, headsets, and peripherals that require high speed transfer rates.

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