Thermaltake outs Massive23 LX Notebook Cooler

Thermaltake adds a new member to its popular Massive23 line of notebook coolers, called Massive23 LX. The cooler device is USB powered,  has a black metal mesh design with two carry handles, supporting dual-USB ports and has an integrated cable shelter to store the bundled USB power cable when not in use.

For better cooling , the Massive23 LX cooler has an oversized 23cm silent fan underneath the metal mesh of hexagonal-vents and offers aspecial anti-slip rubber strips on the surface, to guarantee better cohesion with your laptop.It also comes with separated fan on/off and LED light control switches.

Thermaltake Massive23 LX notebook cooler


“The Thermaltake Massive23 LX notebook cooler is an ideal combination of high-performance cooling, ergonomic comfort and convenient functionality in a light-weight and stylish design.”

Thermaltake Massive23 LX notebook cooler

The Massive23 LX is available now for $ 19,99.

Specification:

  • Compatibility For 10”~17” Notebook
  • Dimension 376 x 300 x 51.5 mm
  • P/N CLN0015
  • Rated Voltage 5V
  • Power Input 0.17~0.21 A
  • Fan Speed 600± 10% R.P.M
  • Max. Air Flow 54.6 CFM
  • Max. Air Pressure 0.32 mmH2O
  • Noise 17 dBA
  • Weight 900 g
  • Accessory USB A to USB A (60cm)
  • Fan Dimension 200×20 mm
  • Material Aluminum and Plastic
  • Operating Voltage Range 4.0~5.0V

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