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ThermalTake NBcool series notebook coolers

Posted on Friday, June 15 2007 @ 03:22:37 CEST by

ThermalTake presented a new series of NBcool. The series features three products: the NBcool T500, T1000 and T2000.
NBCool T500 is black accented with racing inspired lines. Cooling on the T500 is with two high quality 80mm fans, ultra low noise so you can enjoy silence with high thermal cooling efficiency. The NBCool T1000 utilizes one 120mm LED fan operating at low speed for silence and emitting a cool blue light for visual effect. The airflow will quickly improve cooling and performance from the notebook. The NBCool T2000 is only half the size but works just as well with two 70mm fans blowing onto the notebook and also elevating the notebook to increase air flow and discharge of heat from the bottom of the notebook avoiding overheating and resulting in a cooler machine.

The NBCool series is powered through the computers USB port reducing the need to carry around any bulky AC adapters. The design inspiration is from a racing influence. The ergonomics lets the wrist align naturally when typing and increases comfort to the user. The T1000 and T2000 have a special designed inlet with bright red to increase the feel of the racing spirit. Light weight, portable, and stylish, this makes the NBCool series a perfect companion for your notebook when on the go or even at home.



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