NZXT unveils performance notebook cooler

NZXT, the US maker of enthusiast-oriented computer components, has unveiled Cryo E40, which is a high performance notebook cooler.

The novelty is a welcome addition to the company product list and relief to many notebook users. While notebooks offer mobility and the possibility to work nearly anywhere they also suffer from shortcomings – one of which is heat.

The new Cryo E40 notebook cooler is different from other notebook coolers because it features two 80 mm moveable fans that can target your notebook hot spots. The fans use low-powered magnetic clasps to give you flexibility in positioning them exactly where you want them for maximum cooling effectiveness. The Cryo E40 cooler also offers quick access to the fans via a removable mesh cover. In addition the new notebook cooler includes the ability to run the USB cable to either the left or right side for maximum flexibility.

NZXT Cryo E40 Notebook Cooler

“Not all notebooks have the same configuration of heat-generating components” said Johnny Hou, Founder of NZXT.  “Cryo E40 provides the ultimate universal high performance cooling capabilities in that you can specifically customize the direction of airflow based on where your computer emits the most heat.  It’s an incredibly innovative feature that we feel the mobile enthusiast community will truly embrace.”

The NZXT Cryo E40 will be available next month for 27.99 USD.


Source: Hot Hardware

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