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NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler

Product: NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler
Date: October 9, 2009
Author: Bob Buskirk
Edited By: Jack Wager
Provided By: NZXT
Pages: 1 2 3
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Cryo S Overview

The Cryo S is made just like the Cryo LX so you have 3mm thick aluminum making up most of the construction. Since it is made of aluminum it does make it a bit heavy. The original Cryo LX was able to be folded but the Cryo S is made of 1 solid piece of aluminum.

NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler
NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler

You have quite a few different ventilation sections on the Cryo S. There is the large section in the middle and 2 other sections on either side. This should allow for great airflow under your laptop. There is a large section of rubberized plastic on the top of the Cryo S that will help hold your laptop in place and also protect it from getting scratched from the aluminum. There is also a large section of rubberized plastic and towards the bottom that can act as a wrist rest.

NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler

The Cryo S lifts your laptop off the ground at an angle which not only allows for good airflow under the laptop but also makes it easier to type. There is no adjustment in the angle at all. On the back you will find all of the connections. You have a USB connection port, DC power port, a 2-port USB hub, and a small dial used to control the speed of the fans.

NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler

Flipping the Cryo S over we can see the cooling power, which is 2 large 120mm fans. The fans are controllable via the dial on the back of the cooler. Also on the back we can see 4 rubber feet that will help keep the Cryo S in place and protect your desk from getting scratched up.

NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler NZXT Cryo S Laptop Cooler

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