Thermaltake Massive23 LX Notebook Cooler
Author: Jakob Barnard
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 09-24-2010
Provided by: Thermaltake
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Taking a closer look



Now that we have covered the storage bay, let's take a look at the rest of the cooler. The first thing I noticed is nothing sticks out. The whole unit says “smooth” to me. The fan is covered with black mesh and rubber anti-slip pads aren't high enough to snag anything when tossing into a bag, but will hold what is placed on them. There are two handles on each side. Depending on the size of the laptop used, they can be used to carry the cooler plus laptop.

Turning the cooler and looking at the left side, we see two USB 2.0 ports and two control buttons; one for the fan and one for the LED lights. I noted the lack of speed control for the fan, but when testing a laptop cooler that also had a large single fan, it ran quiet enough that I left it at full speed. So lack of speed controls really isn't an issue. The right side is smooth with the clean lines we noticed looking at the top.

The bottom is quite simple as well with small anti-slip rubber pads. The rest is simply clean without any garnishments. Flipping the cooler back over and plugging in the USB cable we can see that the unit has a nice blue glow.


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