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Luxa2 M4 notebook cooler unveiled

Posted on Friday, August 14 2009 @ 21:39:52 CEST by


Luxa2, ThermalTake's luxury division, introduced the M4 notebook cooler:
With the size of a Rubik’s cube, the LUXA2 M4 notebook cooler is designed with magic. LUXA2 took a different approach to develop the M4, engineers tried to seek the balance between stylishness and compactness. It’s the smallest laptop cooler in the LUXA2 Laptop cooler series. The egg shape cooler is able to lift up your laptop to a comfortable eye level while keeping your laptop cool.

With the benefit of corrosive resistance and a shiny appearance, the M4 is always in focus. To ensure the perfection on every surface, brushed finish process is carefully applied on the M4.

Just turn the M4 in counter-clockwise direction to open it up and put to use. With the size of a Rubik’s cube, the M4 is portable and does not require the use of additional power adaptors.

The M4 is equipped with a 30 x 30 x 10 mm silent fan and heat absorbing materials. With the design, the heat produced from your laptop will be effectively taken away.

As the world’s leading manufacturer of crystals, Swarovski combines the most advanced industrial technologies with the exigency of a master craftsman. With the beautifully crafted objects, the M4 stands out in style and elegance.



 



 

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