Thermaltake is back at it in the laptop cooling game with a new pair of coolers that carry the Massive naming. With a name like Massive we would expect theses to be very large, but in fact they are compact coolers, and fit laptops that have seventeen inch, or smaller screens. While one of this series offers a single fan and a pair of onboard speakers, we will be getting to that one soon enough. Today we are looking at the other version, where cooling takes precedence, and it offers two fans with blue LEDs to add a bit of flair and should be able to deliver enough air flow to drop our test laptop a couple of degrees without much issue.
Thermaltake figured they could offer both versions that have similar looks, but with completely different feature sets to offer something on both sides of the fence. This is a great marketing strategy. For those on the go, or who have roommates, maybe sound blasting into the room or wherever you may be isn't the best idea. For those people who have the need to cool their laptop, and may want more than the basic height adjustments, well this version of the Massive series of coolers is right up your alley.
Today we are looking at the Massive 14 Squared, and as the name implies, it offers two fans to cool the laptop placed upon it. This isn't the average "rinky-dink" featureless cooler though. For what appears very basic upon first glance, actually have quite a few features that a lot of potential users will enjoy.
Considering other coolers that are similar in what they offer will cost well over $50, I think Thermaltake may have put together a really good option to those who need additional cooling for their laptop, and by the time we are done, you should be able to see why.
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