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Corsair launches PC cooling fans

Corsair has launched cooling fans for PCs and laptops, which would offer balanced airflow and lesser noise

Renowned designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market Corsair has announced the new Air Seriesline of PC cooling fans. The Corsair Air Series fans are available in airflow and static pressure models, each specifically optimised for specific PC cooling roles.

The Air Series fans are designed to guarantee optimum balance of airflow and low-noise. These fans boast of an advanced hydraulic bearing system and rubber mounts for low-noise and reliability. Air Series airflow fans are designed to intake cool air into, and exhaust hot air out of modern PCs, thus keeping the machine heat free, ideal to be fixed on the side, top and rear of cases, to reduce component-killing heat. The airflow fans are designed with ultra-thin, custom-moulded blades optimised to flow high volumes of air in unrestricted spaces with at least 3cm of clearance.
Ruben Mookerjee, vice president and general manager of the Components Business Unit at Corsair said, “Many PC fans on the market are general purpose designs that not always suited to the task which they are assigned. We took our expertise in PC case and cooling and designed fans that have very specific uses. Each fan is the right tool for the right job.”
IT hardware market picking up
The IT hardware manufacturing market has been lagging behind in comparison to services, but efforts of industry lobbies as well as sectoral players are pushing the envelope to a large measure. The domestic market has until now remained largely unexplored and there are vast opportunities.
According to Dr Alok Bharadwaj, senior vice president of Canon India and president of Manufacturers’ Association of Information Technology, “2011-12 was a year of disaster for Indian IT hardware industry. After major natural disasters that occurred last year and led to disrupted supply chains, coupled with such factors as rupee devaluation that impacted bottom lines of all IT hardware companies in India, industry observed a dismal flat growth.”
This year is likely to witness better growth for the sector amidst growing PC/ laptop usage in the domestic market.
Priyanka Roy Chowdhury

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