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Glowing blue Enermax Aeolus notebook cooler blasts air with a 10-inch fan

Enermax Aeolus CP003 notebook computer cooler

Leaders of laptop-only life will appreciate this one. I myself ditched the desktop several years back, keeping it mobile is how it’s done. But one setback notebooks have in terms of cooling is tiny little fans, and a limited amount of power to spin them. There’s plenty of notebook cooling stands out there already, but the Enermax Aeolus CP003 looks like a monster ripped out of an industrial HVAC system. On display at Computex, this notebook cooler comes with a 10-inch “monster” fan.

Most other notebook coolers rarely make use of a fan larger than about 6-inches (probably for a reason), so this thing is positively gigantic by comparison. Whether this translates to better cooling performance is debatable, taking a big fan for a spin may require more juice, but it sure looks impressive. Blue LED lighting blings it out so it will look tre’ rad next to your glowing halo themed desktop (when of course your not explaining your way through airport security).  Enermax tops it off with a  brushed aluminum frame, support for 17-inch notebooks, an extra USB port for that one you lost letting it suck your laptop battery dry, and an adjustable fan switch in case all you were after was the glowing blue lights.

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A freelance writer and tech geek from Vancouver. Find me at michaelkwan.com and follow me on Twitter @michaelkwan.

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