• Nexus TDD-9000 Liquid Cooling Pad
  • Nexus TDD-9000 Liquid Cooling Pad

    Author: Matt
    Published: July 2nd, 2009 9:55 AM
    Category: Cooling,Reviews
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tdd 9000 large Nexus TDD 9000 Liquid Cooling Pad

Introduction

Today at Tech-Reviews we have the TDD-9000 Nexus Cooling Pad. There are many different types of cooling solutions for notebooks available and each claim to work wonders, but the Nexus Liquid Cooling Pad specifically claims of a whopping 17 Degree drop in laptop temperature (based on their own independent tests). It’s now time to find out whether or not their claim is the result of an exaggerated marketing company or reality.

About Nexus

Nexus technology BV was established in 2000 by a group of experts on heat conductivity and noise reduction in the computer industry. The founders have built up an in depth knowledge and experience on heat conductivity issues thermal characteristics by working closely with many of the larger pc manufacturers for several years.

The idea to have a full line of high quality computer components to improve the working environment by reducing noise levels brought the founders together continuously developing our goal: Building a strong and reliable trademark for silent computing.

Features

  • Patented Liquid
  • Soft black velvet
  • No noise – Completely silent
  • No energy consumption
  • Universal application
  • Ideal for use on your lap or desk

Specifications

  • Size: 40 x 29 (cm) / 15.7 x 11.4 (inches)
  • Weight: 500 grams

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