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Pelican's Air Flo Cooler chills out your PlayStation 3

Darren Murph
April 24, 2007
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Sony's PlayStation 3 certainly hasn't fallen victim to mass outages due to overheating like a competitor has, but there's nothing wrong with offering a product some cats are sure to nab out of sheer paranoia. Apparently, Pelican is aiming to launch a relatively dashing cooling device that hopefully won't encourage your machine to internally fry, and while the Air Flo Cooler does a commendable job in looking the part, this thing definitely elongates your already lengthy machine. Intelligently, Pelican has designed it to draw power from a dedicated AC adapter, and states that it can reduce your machine's operating temperature by some 15-degrees Fahrenheit. Moreover, the built-in Auto Thermo Sensing Technology allows it to speed up and calm down the fans based on the amount of cooling that's currently necessary. Priced at $29.95, the Air Flo Cooler is slated to launch sometime "in the coming weeks," and will include a black and chrome accent plate to satisfy the uniformity freaks in the crowd as well. Click on through for a few more snapshots.

[Via PS3Fanboy]











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