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Thermaltake Mobile Fan II External USB Cooling Fan - Us

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  • P/N - A1888
  • Dimension - 80 x 80 x 25 mm
  • Rated Voltage - 5V DC
  • Started Voltage - 4V DC
  • Operating Range - 3.5 V ~ 5.5 V DC
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Thermaltake
  • Model: A1888
  • Color Name: Black, Orange
  • Warranty: manufacturer parts warranty-3 years, manufacturer labor warranty-3 years

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 0.2 x 2.8 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00080G0BK
  • Item model number: A1888
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (679 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 20, 2005

Product Description

From the Manufacturer


Mobilefan II (A1888)

External USB Cooling Fan
External USB Cooling Fan (Mobilefan II)
USB power cable box
One-touch retractable
USB power cable box

Features

  • The Thermaltake Mobile fan is a convenient, mobile solution for notebooks and & PCs
  • Plugs directly into a USB port; additional power supply is unnecessary
  • VR knob: manually adjust the fan speed manually with the VR knob
  • One-touch retractable USB power cable box
  • Slim USB power cable: 0.6 mm in depth
  • With "Tt" badge fan grille prevents accidental contact with the fan


  • Application for External USB Fan
    VR Knob
    VR Knob
    USB Connector
    USB Connector
    Cooling your Notebook
    Cooling your Notebook
    Directly plug into USB port
    Directly plug into USB port.
    Unnecessary additional
    power supply

    Specification

    Fan Dimension
    80 x 80 x 25 mm
    Fan Speed
    3000 ± 10% ~ 1300 ± 20% RPM
    Fan Speed Control
    VR knob : Adjust fan speed manually
    LED Color
    N/A
    Bearing Type
    Sleeve
    Noise Level
    17 dBA at 1300 RPM
    31 dBA at 3000 RPM
    Max. Air Flow
    47.28 CFM
    Max. Air Pressure
    4.78 mm H2O
    Power Connector
    USB 1.1/2.0
    Rated Voltage
    5V
    Started Voltage
    5V
    Rated Current
    0.35A ~ 0.40A
    Static Pressure
     
    Operation Temperature
     
    Power Input
    1.75W ~ 2.00W
    MTBF
    30000 Hours
    Weight
    82 g

    Product Description

    Application for Notebook & Desktop. ¿hermaltake?convenient solution with extremely ¿obile?concept inside. Perfect accessory for NB & PC. Directly plug into USB port. Unnecessary additional power supply. VR knob : Adjust fan speed manually. One-touch retractable USB power cable box. Slim USB power cable, only 0.6 mm in depth. With ¿t?badge fan grille to avoid touching accidentally.

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    Very quiet and moves a lot of air.
    DellsBooks
    It is very stable, very quiet, and has adjustable speed control.
    B. Hogan
    The retractable USB cable is a nice bonus.
    stubble

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    126 of 128 people found the following review helpful By D. Skiba on September 29, 2005
    I house my PC inside a 15" wide base cabinet below the workspace in my basement-level office. I have to keep the cabinet door closed (locked actually) to keep the children from turning the unit off and on. Unfortunately, the inside of the cabinet gets pretty hot from the PC due to the lack of circulation. I needed an inexpensive, convenient, and safe way to keep the cabinet cool. I purchased the Thermaltake Desktop USB Cooling Fan, cut a 3.5" square opening on the side of the cabinet, and installed the fan facing out of the openning to draw the warm air out. This solution worked perfectly! I can adjust the Thermaltake fan speed up if I'm running CPU intensive applications - like games or watching a DVD - to draw more air. The fan is very quite - unnoticable really, and the fan grill keeps little fingers from touching the fan blade. I would highly recommend this product.
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    41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Mayfayre TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 22, 2007
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    I have an external hard drive that is "air-cooled" but it is in a location where air circulation is somewhat blocked. This little fan takes care of that problem and keeps it running cool. I had tried battery-powered fans, but the batteries would die too quickly. If I'm not using the external HD, I just reposition the fan to provide extra circulation for the tower.

    This fan is extremely quiet and works unobtrusively. I don't even hear it running. Since I normally shut off my computer when I'm done, I'm not really bothered by the lack of an on-off switch.

    This fan is a great solution to one of life's annoying little problems. :-)
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    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. G. on February 20, 2008
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    Both my PS3 and XBOX 360 have a pair of these each: One assisting with the 'heat exhaust' in the back of the units (helping to blow air OUT and away from the consoles) and one blowing towards the 'air intake' vents' and back. The hot air comes out noticeably faster out the exhausts of both consoles.

    I've only tried the Pelican Air Flo for the PS3 (and heard the horror stories of Nyko intercoolers for XBOX 360),but that alone was horrible. Tried two units bc the fan didn't turn on (supposed to start automatically when it senses heat) and both failed! Stay away from these after market fans and get the Thermaltake Mobile Fan II!

    TWO CONS: not as aesthetically pleasing (This might turn some people off, but I don't care about the aesthetics bc it does the job awesome) and with the XBox 360, it doesn't power down with the console. I have an older 10/06 Xbox and and Elite, and its the same with both. (The USB outputs still feed power after powerdown...ie to charge controllers via cable) With PS3, it starts up and powers down with the console perfectly!

    Now if only someone could recommend a good powered USB hub that can work without being hooked up to a PC or console. We could alleviate hooking these up to consoles/laptops altogether and put that USB Hub AC Adapter on a X10 adapter for wireless action! Any suggestions?
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    51 of 56 people found the following review helpful By E. Kim on September 21, 2006
    I use this to cool my PowerBook G4. The laptop is up on a simple stand, but it runs pretty hot; the CPU often runs up to 142+ degrees F, at which point the noisy internal fans turn on. With the little TT fan blowing across the keyboard area, the PowerBook seldom reaches 140 degrees, and the internal fans almost never kick in. The TT fan is nearly silent at its lowest levels, very quiet at the level I use (~halfway up), and not terribly loud even at its highest setting. It's definitely got a DIY-geeky look, but at least it's not geek-bling with pulsing LEDs or anything. My one big knock against it is its lack of an off switch. Seems like it would have been simple enough to have it click off when you turn it all the way down; as it is, I have to unplug it at the end of the day.
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    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By fdesa12 on February 5, 2008
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    I bought this product last week and it came pretty quickly. First thing i have to say is I like the fact that the fan speed can be controlled by a knob. Rather than only choosing between Hi, Lo, and Off, it stays on as long as the computer is on, but the knob allows you to set the speed you want it at (at least until it's at the max speed).

    It's very quiet at the lowest setting to the point that unless there's absolutely no sound, I can't even hear it. So if you live in a city, the suburbs, or just have your window open, the fan's noise will already be drowned out.

    At the highest setting, it runs just a little louder than my laptop when my laptop fans run (I own a vaio vgnfj170).

    The retractable wire is nice. No wire-tangles. I bent the stands a little bit to direct the airflow downward.

    My suggestion: If your laptop sucks air in from the bottom and exhausts it out the side or back, make a stand for your laptop and set your laptop on top of it(I used 4 erasers, one at each corner) and angled the fan downward a bit. The airflow will definitely cool the bottom as well as provide easier airflow to the fan's computer should it be needed.

    My laptop fan hasn't started up since I've used this item and I like it.

    I'll have to admit though that the next day, the fan started making a vibrating sound. I fixed it a bit by just taking a chopstick and pressing lightly on the back of the fan and it's quite now.
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    [Edit: 12/30/2011]

    It's been a couple of years since I've bought this and it's still going strong. Not much change in noise.
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