Paranoid that your kickarse new 17" gaming laptop might be cooking a bit during intensive tasks? For peace of mind and convenience, Thermaltake have just launched their new "Taichi M+", a notebook cooler constructed from aluminium with two 70mm fans spinning quietly at a lowly 1,000RPM.
One of the coolest aspects of it is that it has the ability to source its power from your notebook's USB port.
The demands for notebook computers are rising above and beyond our expectations in the recent years. The major notebook computer manufacturers are pushing hard to release faster, cheaper, and bigger laptops for the public. Now, consumers are able to enjoy the multimedia experience at an affordable price. On the other hand, many consumers are also frustrated that they cannot find a cooling solution for the 17" notebook computer.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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