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Thursday, 25 October 2007 01:55

Thermaltake?s heatpipe Notebook Cooler

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NBCool T3000

The
new notebook cooler from Thermaltake, while not very exciting by itself, will definitely help those  who have invested in a high performance or gaming notebook, as these tend to get extremely hot under load.

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The T3000 features four embedded heatpipes designed to transfer the heat from the system and dissipate it into the air at a faster pace than normal for a regular surface thermal transference notebook cooler. The cool looking all aluminum base is black and has an ultra slim design for ease of use and style. All notebooks up to 15-inch are supported.

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