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Tuesday, 12 May 2009 10:43

NZXT shows it Cryo S notebook cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With two 120mm fans

In preparation for upcoming hot summer days, NZXT has launched its newest notebook cooler, the Cryo S. It supports notebooks with up to 15-inch screens and comes with dual 120mm fans.

The Cryo S is made out of brushed aluminum and has an anti slip rubberized plastic surface which prevents unwanted sliding of the notebook. Unlike Cryo LX, the new Cryo S removes heat from the entire notebook case which is nice to know as various notebooks have different designs and thus different heat zones.

Other features include two additional USB ports and controllable 120mm fans. The good thing is that the Cryo S can be powered via USB or the included AC adapter which is always nice if you are short of USB ports.

The Cryo S should be available soon at Newegg.com and other retail/e-tail shops with a suggested price tag of US $49.99.

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