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Thermaltake Makes Notebook Cooler for Gamers

Last week we saw Thermaltake release their flashy new LifeCool and this week we see Thermaltake announcing the Massive23 GT, which is geared towards gamers. The Massive23 GT features a mini-USB port, two USB ports, 200mm red LED fan, while measuring 13.86" x 11.54" x 1.63" and weighing in at 2 lbs. The fan speeds can be adjusted from 500 to 800 RPM, with a rated fan noise of 24 dBA (max). If the red LED light isn't your style, the Massive23 GT features an on/off control for the light.

In addition, the Massive23 GT offers an anti-slip rubber design, black metal mesh stylish design, along with an adjustable stand with five specially designed ergonomic angles for the best possible viewing positions.

Thermailtake Massive23 GT

Thermailtake Massive23 GT

Thermailtake Massive23 GT

Thermailtake Massive23 GT

Thermailtake Massive23 GT

For more information on features, pricing, and availability of this notebook cooler, please visit Thermaltake's product page

  • soccerdocks
    That looks like a nice cooler but there are 2 things that will keep me from buying it.

    1. It will probably be quite expensive.

    2. It will create too great of an angle for anyone who has a 9 cell battery that props up the back of the laptop.
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  • LuckyDucky7
    So the two things positioned on that cooler don't need it (an iPad, and more importantly, an IBM ThinkPad T60).

    Anyways, it's an interesting product for those who invest in 1000-dollar gaming notebooks- especially the MSI ones that are all red.
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  • razor512
    cool, my iPad always overheats....

    Unless it is under $10, it is not worth the money
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  • Awesome I need it for my Ipad, I overclocked it to 4Ghz and can play crysis now :D

    This cooling pad will go great on the Toshiba Qqosmio or hows it spelled. The red and black color scheme matches well.
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  • flowingbass
    If they price that right that could be an attractive product that will go well with my MSI GX660.
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  • Azn Cracker
    lmao is that really an ipad on the cooler??
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  • HansVonOhain
    OMG toms, please get rid of Kontera Ad Choices pop ups!

    Other than that, this cooler is going to be expensive.
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  • aftcomet
    If a Laptop/Tablet needs an aftermarket cooler it's defective/horribly designed.
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  • leo2kp
    They're using a Lenovo T61 as the "gaming" laptop in the last picture?
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  • Hellbound
    Out of all the systems they could have shown on this cooler, they chose the iPad.....for gamers....the iPad....
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