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Enermax reveals new Aeolus Premium laptop coolers

Posted on Wednesday, February 02 2011 @ 20:45:54 CET by


Enermax presents the Aeolus Premium CP003 laptop cooling series, these aluminium coolers will be available in two colors: black and titanium grey. They measure 350mm x 335mm x 45mm (L x W x H) and are equipped with a 250mm blue LED fan. In the UK they'll cost around £36.90.
Set to be available in two colors - black and titanium grey, the cooler measures 350 (L) x 335 (W) x 45 (H) mm, weights, has a brushed aluminum construction, a large, 250mm fan working at 650 to 850 RPM (20 dBA maximum sound output) that's equipped with no less than 15 blue LEDs, rubber feet for a good grip, and two USB 2.0 ports for extra connectivity.


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Re: Enermax reveals new Aeolus Premium laptop coolers
by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 02 2011 @ 23:24:39 CET
Nice cooler!

USB 3 would have been nice.

An optional black acrylic piece with a L shape on one side would be nice so you can set it on a lap or other uneven surface and the fan does not get blocked. The acrylic panel would sit under the device with the L edge going to the back so the fan has enough clearance to breathe air from either side.

Still a very elegant and good cooler.



 

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