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The nice folks over at Thorn Micro Technologies have developed an awesome new laptop fan – the RSD5. It is a solid state fan (no moving parts!) that uses an electrical current to generate airflow. More airflow, in fact, than standard mechanical fans.

http://sparkingtech.com/tech-sci-news/new-laptop-fan-cools-with-no-moving-parts/


The mod deleted something even tho I had formatted it myself so im editing it back in here:

The effect used is the biefeld brown effect that you may remember from the lifter experiments done by american antigravity.
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post #2 of 22
Pretty cool! Ad the source in your title before the news nazis freak out on you though.
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...want....for desktop.
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Id love these....if they push enough air I wouldn't even care if I had to pay premium for 4 120mm ones. Then imagine if they could double that flow for GPUs *jizzed in my pants*
    
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post #5 of 22
Who else thought this was going to be about Dyson fans again? biggrin.gif

This is awesome though
post #6 of 22
Awesome, no, this is EPIC ELECTRIFIED AWESOME SAUCE that's beyond cool, no way!

I wonder what an i7-2600k Laptop will OC to with this thing... biggrin.gif


NVM Article was made in 2008! Meh! Where is it at? This was either buried or bought out by Fan/Heatsink or Water Cooler makers... surely...

Or it was BS from the word go... either way FAIL!
Edited by _GTech - 2/17/11 at 3:29pm
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post #7 of 22
I want that in my laptop
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I posted about these almost a year ago..
    
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What is the power draw on this bad boy?
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Originally Posted by Evostance;12424350 
I posted about these almost a year ago..
Yeah... I thought it was old news being brought up again
oh wait, look at the article date doh.gif
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Yes, put it on a desktop where we don't give a damn about power consumption.
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