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Friday, November 09, 2007
Thermaltake T2000 Notebook Cooler

2. The Retail Package

Thermaltake provided us with the retail package of their R14PF03. Users can buy it at the retail price of ~US$29 (+shipping). The product comes in a hard plastic shell.

After opening the retail package, we can finally see the T2000 cooler. The product can easily accommodate 12~15" laptops without problems. On the top surface are the model and company logos. Through the vents you can make out the two 70mm fans. The T2000 cooler is all-plastic but it is sturdy and of good quality.

Flipping the notebook cooler over, we can see the six rubber pads for extra stability.

The included USB cable which powers the cooler, incorporates an on/off switch.

And here it is connected on the right hand side:

More pictures of Thermaltake's laptop cooler:




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