CRYORIG offers fishy cooling for VR headsets

Posted on Friday, Apr 01 2016 @ 13:23 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
On this beautiful April 1st, CRYORIG surprises us with the announcement of the Air Fan VR. This new product will keep your head cool during intense VR gaming sessions.
Beginning when the Oculus Rift hit kickstarter in 2012, VR has since then picked up gargantuan amounts of momentum and erupted right on March 28th, 2016 when the first Oculus Rift CV1 was released into the wild! Beginning in 2016 VR will no doubtingly be the hottest product and gadget known to man until now, burning deep holes of joy into the consumer’s eyes, heads and pockets! So what to do with so much heat? Enter the CRYORIG Air Fan VR! The CRYORIG Air Fan VR is the perfect companion for any VR HMD, keeping your multi-hundred-dollar visual peripheral cool and safe. Burning face masks are no fun, buy a CRYORIG Air Fan VR!

Featuring CRYORIG’s technological advancements in thermal dissipation, based on phase change heatpipe technology and top of the line PWM controlled fans, the Air Fan VR cools while being totally silent. Patent pending Reverse Air Flow technology also allows the Air Flow VR system to function as a blower fan. Shooting cold jet streams of air from your eyes to cool down any thermal throttling PC system! Our sound sensitive LED lighting system can reflect surrounding noise and background music. Our patent pending Eye Blindingly Bright LED (EBBD) transforms your HMD to the coolest dance floor accessory.

For CRYORIG, The Year of VR is an exciting one. And CRYORIG is ready, cooling your favorite VR HMD with technology and innovation. Burning eyes and faces are not cool, CRYORIG is Cool. Use the CRYORIG Air Fan VR, the Virtually Redundant Cooler. This product will be release on the first of April worldwide.
Cryorig AIR fan VR


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Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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