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Thermaltake Announces Massive SP Laptop Cooling Pad

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Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units introduces new laptop cooling pad from the same Massive series after Massive 14² launched, Massive SP. The Massive SP combines rich-sounding built-in speakers, ergonomic humanity design and built with 14cm LED fan at the bottom enables laptop cooling capacity pushed to extreme, Massive SP is ideally designed to enrich your laptop media experience.



Experience Maximum Dual Speakers
It is time to experience new technology while using laptop. Massive SP built with integrated dual speaker system with speakers on both side of the cooling pad. The speaker cavity inside extends to maximum to give the most auditory pleasure.

Concealed speaker power knob and fan speed knob
Say good-bye to finding the buttons on your laptop to switch/off the volume and control fan speed. Easy turn on and off the volume on right side; convenient on/off controlling knob for the fan on the left to adjust the fan speed.

Quiet 140mm LED Fan
Built-in quiet 140mm LED fan with adjustable speed control knob to indulge as long as user wishes. In addition, Massive SP also equipped with 2 USB2.0 ports for easy additional USB devices, and duct in both front and rear of the notebook cooler allows user to run and organize the cables more conveniently

Ergonomic Humanity
Massive SP designed with all the ergonomic concept supports laptop up to 17", for more comfortable while typing, designed for your health care by easing the spiral strain during long time gaming.

For more information, visit the product page.
 

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The fan looks kinda smaller than your big fan laptop cooler ?, now if they put 2 fans on it i get one in a flash.

Shame.
 

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The fan looks kinda smaller than your big fan laptop cooler ?, now if they put 2 fans on it i get one in a flash.

Shame.
a 140mm fan is still good, Even if it is limited to 5v all you really need is the fan to keep the air moving underneath the laptop, it shouldnt even matter if they were 2x40mm fans - so long as the coolers designed correctly then it should work just fine. Ive used a coolermaster Notepal which worked relatively OK but the best one ive used so far is my Zalman NC-1000 Ive had it coming close to 5 years now and the thing is great.
 
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I always was a fan of ThermalTakes Engrish :toast:

Will this keep my GoNads from spontaneously combusting?