Thermaltake makes a lot of cooling products. This one's a bit different. Instead of cooling a computer, this one cools the user. Using a hot laptop can get really uncomfortable. This product aims to provide you with a more comfortable experience. If you're looking for a portable, powerful, and quiet accessory to take to the road, the Mobile Fan 12 could be it.Next Page »
When it comes to notebook coolers, most manufacturers stick to the smaller sizes of notebooks. They rarely expand their range to support notebooks larger than 15.6 inch models. Those with larger laptops are usually left out in the cold. They are forced to either stick with whatever internal cooling system their laptops have or come up with DIY solutions. Thermaltake sees the market for full-size notebook coolers. The Massive23 LX targets this market. Next Page »
A few years ago, Thermaltake released the BlacX. It was one of the first (if not the first) hard drive docking stations for sale. Thermaltake was the company to really push the product to market. Now, Thermaltake is upping the ante by supporting two drives at once.Next Page »
Data backup and storage have come a long way since the use of floppy disk to house that precious data. Today we can use the hard drive as the removable storage thanks to products like the BlacX.Next Page »
The DuOrb harkens its roots way back to the original orb coolers like the Golden Orb that was popular back in the golden age of computing. Today, the hardware scene makes it easy to get impressive overclocks with little effort. Next Page »
Thermaltake has released a new model in the Armor line of cases which are absolutely great cases.
LOS ANGELES, CA – May 2008 – After the success of "Armor+ Series" engineers at Thermaltake has worked around the clock to improve and innovate another and better chassis. Armor+ Series was launched at Computex 2007 a super tower allowing consumer to fully utilize the advance graphic technology. Today Thermaltake announced a new member of the Armo+, "Armor+ MX" a middle tower chassis with countless advance features.
The company once featured "Armor+ MX" chassis during CES 2008 in Las Vegas, it was immediate caught hundreds of attention. This one special chassis has never before available among this wide and competitive PC industry. Thanks to Thermaltake the Armor Plus MX will be available on the first week of MAY 2008 throughout major retailers and e-tailers, price has been set at $139 MSRP.Next Page »