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The Enermax Aeolus Vegas cools well, is built to last, and keeps cables tidy.
Introduction With technology these days allowing computer systems to come in all sizes, we often find the problem of keeping our notebooks/laptops cool while working in the office or on the go. Laptop manufacturers have always designed their cases to bring the fresh cool air in from the bottom which doesn’t really make much sense. Having a computer that allows you to stay mobile without being held down shouldn’t be compromised by system temps. Before coolers were designed for this specific problem, we used to prop the laptop up from the surface in order to keep that airflow moving. EverCool previously developed a cooler that lifts the laptop off the surface with dual fans pushing that fresh air. However, EverCool must have wondered “Why stop there? We’re pushing cold air into the case but what about the exhaust?” Out of this question is born the idea for the AIOLUS II. This is EverCool’s first cooler with an external fan that mounts to the outside and assists the stock exhaust fans by pulling hot air out. Will it be enough to have this extra cooling support underneath as well as mounted to the side? Let’s read on and find out if EverCool can keep our laptop’s components more cool. Before we get started, here’s a word from EverCool. EVERCOOL has pursued sustainable management as its operating principle since it sold Intel 386 CPU Coolers in 1994.The head office is located in Taipei,and the factory in Dong Guang is around...
Today we will be looking at the follow up to a successful line of products that offered a lot of features and totally unique style. The SF-15 and SF-17 Notebook coolers aim to pick up where the SF-19 models left off but are doing so in smaller sizes.
Laptops are more common today than ever before due to their good performance yet compact size, and the fact that more people work and play "on the go" these days. Laptop performance is better than it has ever been thanks to shrinking chips and graphics processing units. With this increased performance comes increased heat which can reduce the lifespan of your laptop and also cause discomfort if you actually use it on your lap. Laptop cooling solutions are all around us and come in hundreds of different shapes, sizes and forms. Today we'll be looking at one of the latest coolers from Cooler Master - the NotePal U2 Plus. The NotePal U2 Plus comes in your choice of black, titanium or silver - (which we'll be looking at today).
Today we have the pleasure of reviewing two very unique designs and new arrivals from the NZXT family of coolers, the NZXT CRYO V60 and the NZXT CRYO X60 Notebook Coolers.
First, the NZXT CRYO V60 is ultra slim with a very sleek design, and an entirely new concept that features a Vortex Air design blade-less fan. This new tech produces an uninterrupted stream of cool air and is powered by two integrated dual low-noise adjustable 75 mm blower fans. The NZXT CRYO V60 comes available in black or white, and features three USB charging ports for external devices, built in fan speed control, and a power on/off LED button. The CRYO V60 will also support notebooks up to 15 inches and may be perfect for people on the go. It should be sturdy enough to support some of the heaviest laptops.
Next, the NZXT CRYO X60 is not your traditional laptop cooler. It was created for optimal comfort for laptop users with a thin and lightweight design. Also, its asymmetrical aluminum body and vertical cutouts offer the user improved air flow to their laptop. This is bolstered by its two 12 mm X 120 mm fans and five speed fan controller. The NZXT CRYO X60 also provisions four USB 2.0 ports, three for peripherals, and one to power up your X60 Via USB connection. It also includes an AC adapter as an additional power source.
With the high temperatures we often experience from our laptops (especially when gaming), we are always looking for ways to keep it running cooler. Read on as we put thes...