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Wii cooling fan solves a problem you didn't have

Nilay Patel
May 8, 2007
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While we've played our Wii for hours on end (must...save...Hyrule) without noticing anything really warming up, Chinese outfit Firstsing is showing off this clip-on cooling fan anyway. The USB-powered fan plugs into one of your Wii's USB ports -- blocking the other one, it seems -- and pumps a little more air through the box, just in case that Wii Sports session gets a little too, um, heated. Just the thing to muscle up the Wii like its two hotter, louder next-gen competitors, eh?

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