I got a chance to visit the Computex computer show in Taipei, Taiwan.
I took some pics of the more interesting stuff I saw, and one of them was programmable cooling fans. These would be the cooling fans you put on the back of your computer, or inside to keep air moving. You can program them to put a message, or even run a program to display current RPMs.
Not really useful, but something you could throw into the mix when tricking out your machine.
Here is one of them showing the current RPMs
Another programmed to display a face – it is cut off because of the cycle rate difference between my camera and the fan…if you were looking at it, it would be a full face:
The big daddy was a clock that had something different on each one:
Not sure where you can buy these, but the OEM website is:
I will post more pictures of other stuff I saw as I get them off my camera.
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