Specifications, Availability and Pricing
As far as the chart above is concerned, it tells you just about everything you need to know to make an educated purchase, just from what is listed. It shows the compatibility for the Massive 14 Squared to accommodate notebooks from ten inch screens up to seventeen inch screens. With a width of 382mm, a depth of 262mm, it will just support a seventeen inch laptop. With the feet tucked under this cooler, it will only stand 26mm in height at the back, slightly less in the front due to the slight degree of angle offered as it sits flat. All told, with the pair of 140mm fans, this plastic and steel mesh combination weighs in at only 663 grams.
The pair of fans has nine clear blades each. They are clear to allow the blue LEDs in the hubs to Glow out to the tips of the fins. Each fan will draw 0.46A at 5V to offer a maximum speed of 1200RPM. This cooler also comes with a dial speed controller, allowing the fans to step down to 700RPM at the low-end, and the switch even offers an off position. The fans will make a slight bit of noise with a 21dBA rating, but delivering up to 58.97CFM is quite high for most coolers out there. Also most coolers will not even list a static pressure value, but since the fans have to push through the mesh and into tiny holes in the bottom of the notebook, the 1.01 mmH2O rating will help in that department.
As we look around for pricing and availability information, the first couple of pages are filled with nothing but hits from the AU market. It may be in the way the naming is presented, but no matter how it was searched, the Massive 14 Squared, or Massive 14 Squared, or Massive 14 2, it all comes up with very little other than news blasts.
Digging deeper in the search engines of well know e-tailers, I was able to locate this cooler for sale at Amazon.com. There they are asking $43.12 US dollars, and it seems to be the only listing that we could dig up currently. As with anything, competition brings pricing down, so it may pay to wait a bit of the price is out of reach, but from what we have already seen, the Massive 14 Squared is well worth the investment.
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