Friday, June 14th 2013

Thermaltake Intros Allways Control Notebook Cooler

Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units announces the newest upgrade on life style notebook cooler -Sleek and compact, the Thermaltake Allways Control Notebook Cooler is the new functional laptop accessory. Dual, adjustable 7cm fans and an aluminum faceplate keep user's laptop cool while rubber pads hold the laptop securely above with bottom supports allowing for the laptop at an incline or flat set up. With specific fan direction controllers designed, user can manually control the air flow towards various angles and different directions. It is completely USB powered and even features 4 USB ports, perfect for multiple devices connection.
Air flow Controller
With built-in new air flow controlling technology, two fan direction controllers enable user manually control the fans on/off, air flow towards various angles and different directions. Additionally, there is a fan speed controller located at the side of the cooling pad enables an intuitive fan speed adjustment helping create a balanced cooling performance.

Dual fan for double performance
Unique design fan ventilation design with dual 70mm silent fans for excellent cooling performance and better dissipation. Allways Control also features 4 USB2.0 port for easy additional USB devices.

Elegance of Aluminum
LifeCool II features a stylish, aluminum surface combined with a curve shaped design that blends with the look of your notebook. Making the laptop running cool and smooth never looked better. The perfect combination on the surface of fine aluminum design, the oval vents make airflow and heat more smoothly.

For more details on the Thermaltake Allways Control information please visit this page.
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2 Comments on Thermaltake Intros Allways Control Notebook Cooler

looks nice. wonder how much it would bring down temps on a gaming laptop?
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~Technological Technocrat~
Laptop coolers can generally drop temps by another 5-10'c but the active airflow underneath that keeps the air moving under the laptop keeps the temps more consistent instead of spiking as the laptops cooling struggles to cope with the dead air being pulled through its vents which are usually located underneath the laptop.

It won't give you sub zero temps but I have used laptop coolers for gaming laptops and they have stopped my laptop going into thermal shutdown.
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