Razer Features Rgb Magnetic Fan To Cool The Iphone

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Razer is not new to particularly curious products, including the RGB Razer Project Hazel mask presented at CES 2021 and then sold-out once it arrived on the market under the name Razer Zephyr.

The new American producer’s newfound is destined to ally with our iPhones. In fact, it is an RGB fan with Mag-Safe compatibility and can hook to the models of iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 families.

The product in question is named after Razer Phone Cooler Chroma and the generic name suggests that you can actually buy a version with hooks to join all models without magnetic charging Apple.

Among the features of this curious fan, that of being able to manage its RGB illumination through Razer Chroma. To do this, you can pair with your smartphone via Bluetooth connection, while for power supply you can connect with a USB-C cable. Due to its form factor, it is not equipped with battery, therefore its use is currently subordinate to the presence of any power supply device, such as a PowerBank, so that it can also be exploited on the move.

Finally, the fans are equipped with 7 blades and a speed of up to 6400 rpm, for a total noise up to 30 dB. The cost, on the official portal, is 69.99 euros and is already available at the purchase.

A very prolific period for the company, specialized in the production of gaming and broadcasting peripherals, which recently also announced a portable console with Snapdragon G3x Gen1 in partnership with Qualcomm.

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