Computex: Enermax Show Off Trio Of Notebook Coolers




/ 6 years ago

They aren’t glamorous and they aren’t exciting but they are certainly functional. Yes I am talking about notebook coolers. At Computex today Enermax was showing us three of their latest notebook coolers. Up first is the “AeroOdio” CP006 notebook cooler which features a mammoth 220mm cooling fan in the centre. This particular cooler is integrated with DreamBass audio and has two speakers. The whole unit features large measure, cable management options underneath and supports 17 inch notebooks or smaller.

Next up is the Aeolus Vegas notebook cooler which uses a 180mm 4 colour Vegas LED fan with four different lighting modes. This has a movable magnetic fan mounting system and is USB powered. Again this notebook cooler supports 17 inch or smaller notebooks.

Finally we have the Aeolus Pure aluminium notebook cooler with a high quality brushed aluminium finish and a huge 250mm cooling fan with a 2 step speed control. There are additional USB ports on it and it features an integrated wrist rest. 17 inch and smaller notebooks are supported by this sleek looking notebook cooler.

Stay tuned to eTeknix for more Computex coverage in our Computex section.

Image(s) courtesy of eTeknix at Computex



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