Acer patents a small fan and vents on the C side of a notebook

Acer has now released a new patent to enhance cooling notebooks. Recently, the patent surfaced online. According to the patent, there will be a small cooling fan and vents attached to the C side of the notebook that will suck out the hot hair that generated due to the overclocking of processors.

The company has placed a cooling fan and vents on the C side of the notebook. This small fan sucks air inside.

In normal mode, the vents on the C side of the notebook are closed but as soon as the overclocking mode is activated, two small fans on the C side of the notebook are turned on and the vents are opened at the same time, drawing air into the notebook.

Acer patents a small fan and vents on the C side of a notebook
Acer patents a small fan and vents on the laptop

The company said in the patent that the keyboard layout is provided with multiple air inlets and overclocking switches. When the trigger signal is sent to the cooling motor circuit, the motor drives to open multiple air inlets in order to increase the air intake of the air inlets.

Acer patents a small fan and vents on the C side of a notebook
Acer patents a small fan on a notebook

As per Acer’s explanation, it seems that this patent is likely to be used in the new Predator notebook which is expected to be displayed at CES 2020.

In addition, the New Acer notebook patent looks interesting. According to reports, the footpads in Acer’s notebook patent use a memory alloy bracket design, which is usually in a contracted state. When the notebook is playing a high temperature, the footpads will deform and protrude to automatically pad the body.

More or less, all Acer Predator models have been a hit recently. It seems that the company is trying its level best to keep the trend intact with the introduction of new features. Normally, we have seen that for notebooks, companies go for hardware features. Acer Predator models sport cool specifications and the inclusion of this will boost its demand.

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