The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off today with the introduction of three USB-corsair USB-Fan and USB-Powered USB-TFT LCD fans from the brand.
Corsair has a long history of developing USB-powered fans and LED fans, but the latest offering from the company has the most impressive graphics performance out of any product from the manufacturer.
The USB-Fans, priced at $399.99, feature a 1.5W PWM power supply, a 3mm-thick copper base and two 1.25-inch LEDs, making them compatible with Corsair’s RGB LED lighting controller, which can be used for lighting up the top and bottom of the fan, respectively.
The fans also feature USB-PD power delivery, which means they can run off a standard USB 3.0 port and will charge from a single outlet.
The Corsair USB-CoolFan and Corsair USB Fan Direction Winter, priced $399 and $399, feature USB 3-in-1 ports, three USB 2.0 ports and two USB 3 ports.
Both fans use USB-SDI (SDI-DVI-D) for power, which allows them to be powered from a USB-MHL cable.
The cables used for the fans come in two different sizes: a 1-meter and 3-meter length, and the USB-Drivers come in a 1½-meter (5-ft) length and a 1¼-meter (~4-ft), 3-inch (10-ft).
The Corsair fan headers are made of aluminum, and they come in four colors: silver, blue, green, and gold.
Corsair has also introduced the Corsair Fan Direction USB-Fusion fan headers for USB-SATA (SDXC, M.2, M Key, and SATA3), USB 3G/4G/5G, USB Type-C, and Thunderbolt 3.
The cooling capacity is 2.5L.
Corsair claims it can achieve 80% cooling efficiency in this fan, which has a max fan speed of 10A.
Both fans have a 3-year warranty, which is good for anyone who needs to replace their USB-A to USB-E adapters.
Corsair is also offering a “Fan Direction” USB-PCIe power adapter for use with a single USB-USB or USB-Thunderbolt.
The 3-pin, 3-mm-wide USB-X and USB3 headers can be swapped out for USB 3A, so you can connect up to four devices without having to connect them all.
The cable used for Corsair’s fan headers can also be swapped in for a 3.5-pin connector.
The three Corsair USB fans also support Corsair’s USB-WIFI protocol, which lets you connect devices like cameras, speakers, and monitors wirelessly.
The cables can be upgraded to support Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac.
Corsair offers three USB ports with built-in antennas, two USB-Type A ports, and one USB-B port.
The fan headers and cables can also fit in a standard 12-pin or 16-pin motherboard.
Corsair also offers two USB 2 ports, one USB 3 port, and two audio ports for use in a computer.
Both the USB fans are available for preorder now.