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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 11:59

Titan TTC-G9TZ Notebook Cooler

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Cebit 2010: Aluminum and portability


Titan is our old friend and we were happy to see the guys at Cebit. They are very well known for good cooling solutions and we want to present you recently announced TTC-G9TZ, a three in one notebook cooling pad

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TTC-G9TZ is equipped with 2 fans (80 x 80 x10 mm) and its dimensions are 340 x 230 x 42 mm.

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The package consist of an aluminum pad, USB unit and retractable USB cord. The rated speed of the fans is about 1500 RPM with 21.48 CCM of airflow, and they are quiet - less then 20 dBA. Power for the fans is provided through the USB connector. As the cooling pad is made from aluminum and plastic, it is relatively light.

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The aluminum board alone is only 0.6 mm thin, and it can be used alone as shown on the picture below. It can be folded in half and packed into your nettop bag. TTC-G9TZ is already available for about $30.
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