Razer unveils new RGB MagSafe cooling fan for iPhone

Razer Phone Cooler
Razer Phone Cooler (Image credit: Razer)

What you need to know

  • Razer has unveiled a new cooling fan for your iPhone.
  • It works with MagSafe and has RGB lights.

Razer has today unveiled a new MagSafe RGB cooling fan for iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.

The new Razer Phone Cooler Chroma is described as a way to "defeat the heat" with "advanced cooling technology" for gaming on your smartphone. Of course, it has RGB to help with extra frames (not really) and customization, boasting 12 LED lights and 16.8 million colors.

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The Cooler has a 7-blade fan and an aluminum heat sink, coupled with an electronic Peltier cooling tile and cooling plate, acting like a CPU heatsink to draw heat away from your iPhone, expelling it with the fan.

Despite the fan, which spins at up to 6400 rpm, the noise generated only comes to a barely audible 30bdB so it won't interrupt you or anyone around you. It can also be connected to your iPhone using Bluetooth so as to let you control the fan's properties including the color of the lights.

It also comes with a 1.5m USB-C to USB-C cable for power while you game. The Cooler also comes with a clamp option for use with Android, but you have to choose between the two at checkout.

All of this comes to $59.99 from Razer, with shipping currently available for Christmas.

Ever-passionate about smartphone cooling, Razer already has a stunning range of Arctech Pro iPhone cases that uses Thermaphene Cooling Technology to reduce heat passively whilst protecting your iPhone from bumps and scrapes. Obviously, this new solution is a bit more obtrusive and more of a novelty, still cool though.

Stephen Warwick
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