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Thermaltake NBcool T4000 notebook cooler launched

Posted on Tuesday, August 26 2008 @ 03:20:51 CEST by

ThermalTake debuts their new NBcool T4000 notebook cooler, this model is designed for 12" to 15" notebooks and has two adjustable 70mm fans. The unit has a multi-vent design for optimal air intake and ships with a carrying bag.
Specially designed with enhanced portability with an exclusive free travel pouch for the busy urban lives; function wise, the upgraded speed adjustable fan on T4000 offers users full control of operation modes, fulfilling both silent and efficient cooling demands.

The tilted design of NBcool T4000 ensures the clear air convection at the front to cool the bottom heating source directly and avoids annoying system crashes under overheating conditions. The T4000 might be petite in size, but it offers surprising cooling performance with low power consumption from the USB connector. It comes with two 70mm speed adjustable fans creating the three-dimensional strong air circulation, and achieves excellent cooling efficiency for better system operation performance.

Following the well-known Thermaltake gaming style, T4000 is printed with glossy black color. Its ergonomic and tilted design also reduces visual and typing discomfort for notebook users. The air ventilation channels on the sides are decorated with the exciting red color symbolizing the extreme gaming spirit of Thermaltake.



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