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Thermaltake Allways Control Notebook Cooler Review - Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation

Thermaltake Allways Control Notebook Cooler Review
A sleek, yet inventive solution to laptop cooling hits the market as we have our look at the Allways Control from Thermaltake.
| Notebook Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Sep 11, 2013 2:02 am
TweakTown Rating: 95%Manufacturer: Thermaltake

Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation

 

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Typical Thermaltake packaging is used with the Allways Control notebook cooler as they delivered it in a black box with a bright red accent. There are some blue, white and purple tracers running across the panel and it has a large image of the cooler front and center. At the bottom, they list three features that should draw you to this product.

 

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Both of the long sides of the box just offer the name of the cooler. As for the shorter side panels, they are just black with no naming or information.

 

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The back of the packaging offers a multi-lingual listing of the same three features listed on the front. There is a main image showing the air flow of this design above the specifications chart. Then at the right, there are six images of the cooler showing off the things that Thermaltake designed into it.

 

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Inside of the box, you will find the Allways Control wrapped in bubble wrap to keep it from being damaged. Of course this cooler was also shipped inside of another box, but it still arrives in perfect condition. Under the cooler you will find some documentation and the power cable for connectivity.

 

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The power cable sent with this cooler is drawing the power from a pair of USB 2.0 ports on any notebook. That power is then sent through the cable to deliver it to the Allways Control via the mini-USB connection at the other end.

 

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This is what Thermaltake sends along as an instruction manual. It is done in 12 various languages, but the instructions are easy and simple to follow. It just takes the installation of the cable, switching on the fan, and adjusting the louvers to fit your needs.

 

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There is also the typical warranty information pamphlet sent along with this cooler. In here it describes what is and what isn't covered in the span of the one year warranty that the Allways Control cooler comes with.

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