Monday, June 27th 2011

Enermax Announces U.R.Vegas USB Rubber-Frame Fan

ENERMAX is proud to lead the cooling fans to a new era by its latest fan series: U.R.VEGAS, USB RUBBER VEGAS FAN. Think outside the case. Cooling fan is no longer stationary and hidden inside the case. U.R.VEGAS breaks the rule by special designed magnetic skin pad and USB power. U.R.VEGAS provides mobility and flexibility with its magnetic skin pad.

It can be attached onto case and moved easily to anywhere that needs extra cooling. With 18 LEDs, the U.R.VEGAS not only shines 4 times brighter than other fans, but also has 7 switchable lighting effects for users to enjoy the fabulous light show.

U.R.VEGAS features patented Twister Bearing, which is a magnetic bearing type that does not deteriorate from abrasion like mechanical bearings, such as Sleeve or Ball-Bearings. Twister Bearing fans have long MTBF of 100K hours and low noise. For the safety purpose, a stylish fan guard is included with the package.

For more information, visit the product page.
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17 Comments on Enermax Announces U.R.Vegas USB Rubber-Frame Fan

#1
sy5tem
woot always wanted fans on my refrigerator and my car!
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#2
pantherx12
So ..... I'd be better off buying a fan about 90% of the time.

What sort of stupid product is this.
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#3
_JP_
Oh, I'm so getting some of these and put them on my HDDs! Best HDD cooler EVAR! :rolleyes:














EDIT:But seriously, no.
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#4
erixx
U.R. Vegas ???? Are they fakked? hahahahahaha Mailman, please tell'em this is nay the merican way of product denominations, lol
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#5
devguy
"All your USB ports are belonging to Enermax!"

"Last second need for a rubber? Enermax has got you covered!"
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#6
_JP_
Alpenfohn has rubber fans too and I don't know about the bearings, but the frame seems better. Plus, it's a actual case fan.
by: devguy
"All your USB ports are belonging to Enermax!"

"Last second need for a rubber? Enermax has got you covered!"
Please stop, you're killing me! :roll:
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#7
twicksisted
by: _JP_
Oh, I'm so getting some of these and put them on my HDDs! Best HDD cooler EVAR!
Magnets and HDD's dont mix nicely ;)
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#8
_JP_
I know, I was kidding. Did you see the end of my reply?
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#9
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I want!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#10
AsRock
TPU addict
USB+fan guard+1250RPM = Total fail.
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#11
Zubasa
Behold the 5.251 CFM it moves!
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#12
jpierce55
When I seen "rubber frame" fan I thought, ah nice low vibration. Then I clicked on the link :(. Oh boy! It is magnetic, no need for screws..... never mind you still have to put a hole in the case to cool it.
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#13
Widjaja
Such a low rpm?

I thought as the same as the above.
Low vibration but then it's magnetic :/

Plus 18 LEDs is a bit OTT.
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#15
Chevalr1c
by: jpierce55
When I seen "rubber frame" fan I thought, ah nice low vibration. Then I clicked on the link :(. Oh boy! It is magnetic, no need for screws..... never mind you still have to put a hole in the case to cool it.
I think you are supposed to hang it at your side panel, covering a mesh in the panel that does not allow fans to be screwed onto.
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#16
jpierce55
by: Chevalr1c
I think you are supposed to hang it at your side panel, covering a mesh in the panel that does not allow fans to be screwed onto.
That only works for some cases though.

The RPM does not matter. It says it is ~53cfm. That is the only value that matters. It is also 21db. So it is not the greatest fan you can get. Much better is available.
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#17
RuskiSnajper
Good stuff from enermax.

I have enermax PSU , it's absolutely astonishing, rock solid power ... not even running above 90% capacity, more like 60% ... it was expensive but it was the lowest model from that time, it's Enermax ELT620W AWT Liberty DXX (Infinity DXX was a 720W model)


in terms of enthusiast market, i can't wait to see the new COSMOS case !
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