Akasa Announces GEMINI Notebook Cooler

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Akasa Announces GEMINI Notebook Cooler

Akasa has announced their new stylish and silent notebook cooler, the GEMINI.  The GEMINI utilizes two ultra-quiet fans to direct air into the notebook base for lowest possible noise during operation.  The fans are easily controlled with an on/off switch, allowing the user the have them running only when needed.  Built using a lightweight material and ergonomic design, the GEMINI provides easy portability and comfortable keyboard operation. 

The cooler is powered solely by USB port, removing the need of power cables or software support.  In addition to this, the GEMINI features two built-in USB ports, ensuring that no functionality is cut down while in use.

The GEMINI comes in Satin Black and Polar White coloring schemes.

Suitable for 15.4” widescreen notebooks or below
Strong, ventilated body adds style to your Notebook or MacBook
Lightweight material for easy portability
Efficiently reduces operating temperature and noise
Two new design 1200 RPM ultra-quiet fans with on/off switch
Ergonomic design provides comfortable keyboard operation
Powered directly from a USB port
Additional USB port enables lo-power device connection (i.e. mouse)
Non slip pads on the bottom ensure stable operation

Application  Notebook / MacBook cooler
 Material  ABS
 Outline dimension  350 x 305 x 45mm
 Fan dimension  70 x 70 x 15mm
 Fan speed  1200 R.P.M
 Fan air pressure  0.35 mm H2O
 Bearing type  Sleeve Bearing
 Fan life expectancy  30000/hrs
 Voltage rating  DC 5V
 Weight  600g
 Product code  AK-NBC-03-WH

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Most Recent Comments

02-11-2007, 03:45:52

woppy101
how much of a diffrence would it make to get a full cover block over a single block would a single block deal with the heat of thi card these are the blocks im thinking of
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=27_31&products_id=604
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=27_78&products_id=627

thanks in advance for the replys

02-11-2007, 04:39:40

PV5150
Single blocks are usually better performing, and usually their flow-rate doesn't suffer as much as that of a full-cover waterblock. But the full-cover blocks do look extremely sweet...hence the reason many peeps use them :)

07-11-2007, 23:52:39

jabski
would you be getting this too
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=27_78&products_id=673
thats another £24. So thats nearly £80 for the full cover. This is why i didnt bother going crossfire with 2900xt's.

08-11-2007, 04:18:21

ken_shiro
Why dont you get the D-Tek FuZion and use the stock heatsink with the plastic case and the heatpipes removed?

08-11-2007, 06:30:17

Marci
FuZion GFX is extremely restrictive to flow... better to get Swiftech MCW60 if going with that plan, which will outperform (on the GPU Core) all current fullcover blocks, and the majority of hybrids (Core Only block with heatplate such as Blastflow-Siberian & FuZion-Unisink)... other than the Swiftech Stealth, as that IS the MCW60 hybrid...

So, the choice if it were me would be between a Swiftech MCW60 with ramsinks, and Swiftech Stealth.
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