Cooler Master, in their quest to find new and better ways to appease the demands of gamers, have come up with some really unique designs and excellent implementation of features in their products. The product we are going to look at today is a perfect example of what can happen when good ideas come together with great styling, and enough options to customize the looks and performance of this new laptop cooler. Cooler Master goes way beyond just keeping the laptop off of your lap and offering a bit of circulation to the underside. With this, the idea was to maximize airflow to cool even the hottest of components while giving you a very attractive product.
With this new design there are two versions. You will find the SF-19, which the major difference is the use of only USB 2.0 ports. For those looking for the best and most up to date features, you have the option to move up o the SF-19 Strike Force that has USB 3.0 connectivity, while the other features are the same. I was told that Newegg would be running a combo deal with these and the new release of the new Alienware Core i7 laptops. As I look right now, the deal is not currently set.
Beyond looks and styling, with a laptop cooler there is the obvious cooling that needs to be considered, along with portability and comfort while using it. I plan to take you through the full gamut of things to consider while showing off all the pretty bells and whistles that the new SF-19 Strike Force brings to laptop cooling. So let's take a good look at the specs so we can move onto the images and I can show you what Cooler Master delivered with the SF-19 Strike Force.
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