Cooler Master, a leading creator, innovator and manufacturer of desktop components and more, today announced a new addition to the recently released SF-17 Strike Force gaming grade laptop cooler, the SF-15.
With the release of the award winning SF-19 USB 3.0, gamers and media reviews were soon left awestruck by its raw cooling power and gamer aesthetics. SF-15 carries on this tradition with its complementary ability to create the perfect atmosphere for gaming through its styling, LED lighting strip, and highly effective cooling fans. This makes it ideal for prepping gamers for battle. SF-15 boasts a proven effective and highly customizable cooling design to ensure laptops are cooled as a gamer specifies.
Specialized Design for Gamers
In order to protect a gamer’s gear while it’s under heavy stress from gameplay, the SF-15 employs its incredible ability to dissipate excess heat through its perforated surface. SF-15 also has a strengthened mesh that can withstand all laptop sizes up to 15.6”. It features a single, large, and adjustable turbine fan (160mm) that is specially engineered to provide unprecedented airflow that keeps laptop components running at optimal temperatures.
Comfortable Gaming Station
Proper viewing and typing angles can mean the difference between being fully comfortable during a long fire fight and bowing out due to pains. SF-15 includes multiple height adjustable angles that assist gamers in minimizing stress to their eyes and wrists. In addition, special consideration is paid to mobility in that the SF-15 features effortless transportability via its swift carrying handle.
The SF-15 is available now. Price and availability may vary based on region. This release is meant for the U.S. and Canada regions only.
Cooler Master also reveals SF-15 laptop cooler
Posted on Tuesday, Aug 27 2013 @ 23:04 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master also introduces the SF-15, a new laptop cooler designed for notebooks of up to 15.6". The device features a 160mm fan, a 4-port USB hub, and a fancy LED light system.