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Thermaltake iXoft Bag - a bag with cooling

Posted on Monday, March 31 2008 @ 07:36:20 CEST by

ThermalTake just released the iXoft Bag 15" - this is a notebook carrying bag that features the iXoft passive notebook cooler.
iXoft carrying Bags was produced with the patent iXoft cooling technology, utilizing unique thermal shifting chemicals to spread heat out evenly across the pad. The material melts into a gel state when heated and solidify into crystal state when cooled. Without any fans or active mechanics used, iXoft is not only maintenance-free with zero energy consumption, but it generates no noise at all during operation.

The iXoft Notebook Carrying Bag uses a sporty red stitching with the stylish black theme and a small rubber Thermaltake logo to fit all those sleek notebook users. It is not only a functional notebook bag but also a part of your personal style! Check out more about Thermaltake latest iXoft NB Bag:

  • Stylish notebook carrying bag with iXoft notebook cooler embedded.
  • Anti-shock protection; high density memory foam surrounding the carrying bag.
  • Application for all notebook size of 10"~15".
  • Can be used as thermal mat on laps for better comfort.
  • Revolutionary fan-less notebook cooler design of 0dBA and absolute silence.
  • Exclusive HeatShift Technology for ultimate notebook cooling.



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