Akasa Orion Notebook Cooler Review

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Akasa Orion Notebook Cooler – Introduction

Akasa is a company with a great range of cooling related products. They usually offer many cooling solutions for each product in order to appeal to users of different needs and budget. Not long ago we reviewed one of their better notebook coolers, the Everest, a stylish and flexible product. Today we have another notebook cooler from Akasa for review, the Orion. Akasa markets the Orion as a stylish solution, but it is much simpler and cheaper than the Everest and not nearly as flexible.


Specifications

  • Powered directly from your notebook
  • Stylish brushed aluminum top enhances heat dissipation
  • Soft touch ergonomic wrist rest
  • USB port enables an additional low power device connection
  • Two ultra quiet fans with on/off switch
  • Lightweight construction for easy portability
  • Suitable for 15.4” widescreen or below
Application 15.4” (or below) Notebooks / MacBooks
Material Aluminum face panel
Outline dimension 350 x 284 x 45.2mm
Fan dimension 70 x 70 x 15mm
Fan speed 1200 R.P.M.
Fan air pressure 0.175mmH2O
Voltage rating DC 5V
USB cable 600mm
Weight 720g
Product code AK-NBC-07

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