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BitFenix launches the Recon and Hydra Pro

BitFenix announces 2 fan controllers including the first internet-connected fan controller.

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: May 17, 2012 6:32 pm

BitFenix has come out with two new fan coolers that you are sure to want. One, the Recon, allows remote management and monitoring through the internet. Whether you are on a tablet, laptop, or smartphone, you can be sure that your computer is always running cool. The Hydra Pro provides 30W per channel power and simple LED control when combined with Spectre and Spectre Pro LED fans.

 

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The Recon is a pretty advanced piece of hardware and sports two microprocessors that constantly interacts with your motherboard to provide up-to-date information. It also is internet connected and controllable through any internet connected device with a web browser. Since it is managed through a web browser, nearly any device can manage it.

 

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The Hydra Pro is designed to be a powerful fan and LED controller. It features 5 different thermal channels that each provide 30W. The fans are controlled by low profile sliders to make it compatible with nearly every case. The Hydra Pro really shows its worth when you combine it with Spectre and Spectre Pro LED fans as the LEDs are controllable with the touch of a button.

 

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The video below is a preview of the Hydra Pro. The Recon will be coming with an MSRP of $39 in North America and will be available next week at Performance PCs and Canada Computers. The Hydra Pro will be released in June and come with an MSRP of $34.90 in North America. These should look at home in nearly any case.

 

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