|Item model number||AF0007|
|Item Weight||9.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 4.7 x 1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.72 x 4.72 x 0.98 inches|
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Thermaltake Mobile Fan 12 External USB Cooling Fan 120mm AF0007
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- Application for Notebook and Desktop, Anything can connect to USB Power
- Convenient cooling solution for "Mobile user".
- VR knob : Adjust fan speed manually.
- One-touch retractable USB power cable box.
- Directly plug into USB port. Unnecessary additional power supply .
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|Dimensions||0.98 inches x 4.72 inches x 4.72 inches||3.2 inches x 6.5 inches x 6 inches||0.94 inches x 9.25 inches x 4.33 inches||6.5 inches x 7.1 inches x 4.1 inches|
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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. :-)
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?
Why is it every fan I looked up, some idiot said they are horribly noisy? Do competitors do this as they know noise is a big issue?
A couple times I have checked to make sure this is still running it is so quiet. And just look at the construction!
I bought my ps3 a couple months ago and cleared an area to dedicate to it, my controllers, chargers and games in my maple wood entertainment center. Closed the door and started playing. Looks beautiful, move and duel shock controllers signal work through the door. Opened it up after a few hours to change games or something and oh my goodness, what heat. This can't be good.
I came on line to see what there were for fans. I saw a couple that look like the quality high velocity fans I use in house windows.
They look ok. Always a comment about noise from at least one or two. Some everyone agreed was loud and or cheap.
Looking at this one, I hoped it would be quiet and work well. Here is why.
Looking at the pics, I could see it was well put together. The retractable cord, steel grill and stand. Adjustable speed, and usb powered.
PLUS, looking at it, I could see that the grill and stand could be removed with the 4 small nuts and bolts.
I immediately thought, "I wonder if I removed the grill and stand, would those bolts reach through the wood in the back of my entertainment center.
Yes they do!! I just installed and it pulls the hot air out like no other could.
I drilled a 3" perfect size round hole for this fan with a hole drill bit I happened to have to drill ventilation and cord holes in this cabinet years ago. I think I got it at sears.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works great. I have my computer resting on a cake cooling rack with cooling fan blowing which keeps it nice and cool.Published 1 day ago by Leland L. Bottomley
Really a clever product. You couldn't buy the parts and make one of these for less. Another cool thing about it is you theoretically could remove the power controls and mount them... Read morePublished 5 days ago by D L
keeps our older windows 98 system cooler on hotter days. Like the adjustability in fan speed. Also ilike that the usb converter is supplied. Would purchase again. Also quiet.Published 8 days ago by Mrfixit
I loved this fan for 2.5 months. After going through multiple fans to assist my laptop in cooling (I have an old Dell where the open lid covers the exhaust, because planning) I... Read morePublished 10 days ago by JPCB
It does move some air and the retractable USB cable is nice... however is it very LOUD. Read more
It is a computer fan, so it is designed to be in a enclosed space, not out in the open.
If you want to use it like a computer fan you will be happy. Read more
The fan works as well as you would expect and the large knob for the potentiometer to control the fan speed works very well. Read morePublished 19 days ago by JR