Wednesday, April 25th 2012

NZXT Unveils Cryo E40 Adaptable Notebook Cooler with Moveable Fans

NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the Cryo E40 Notebook cooler for laptops up to 15". Cryo E40 employs a unique approach to high performance notebook cooling with 2x 80 mm moveable fans that adapt to any laptop configuration. Featuring low-powered magnetic clasps designed to be safe around any piece of technology, users can easily adjust the positioning of the two fans enabling precise direction of airflow towards the notebooks most frequent hot spots.

Cryo E40's additional features include the ability to run the USB cable to either the left or right side for maximum flexibility and an easily removable mesh cover for quick access to your fans. All of this advanced cooling technology is packed into an ultra-slim, lightweight profile for easy mobile use while traveling or on-the-go.


"Not all notebooks have the same configuration of heat-generating components" said Johnny Hou, Founder of NZXT. "Cryo E40 provides the ultimate universal high performance cooling capabilities in that you can specifically customize the direction of airflow based on where your computer emits the most heat. It's an incredibly innovative feature that we feel the mobile enthusiast community will truly embrace."

Cryo E40 will be available for $27.99 in May. For product information, technical specifications, image gallery and more, visit http://www.nzxt.com/new/products/notebook_cooling/cryo_e40.
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3 Comments on NZXT Unveils Cryo E40 Adaptable Notebook Cooler with Moveable Fans

#1
ironwolf
Love the idea of moveable fans. A pass-through USB cable would have been nice.
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XNine
CaseLabs Rep
It's a neat idea, to be sure. :)
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#3
Daisho
I'd like to see a notebook cooler where you could not only adjust the placement of the fan/s, but also use your own 25mm depth fan, instead of using these crap 10mm sleeve bearing fans that push hardly any air and start making horrible noises within 2 weeks of use.
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