Frore Systems unveiled the AirJet Mini Slim at CES 2024, the next iteration of its cooling solution designed to adhere to what the company calls “Frore’s Law.”
Similar to Moore’s Law, Frore’s Law commits to doubling the cooling performance every two years while maintaining the Z-height. Alternatively, the company aims to reduce the thickness of the cooling solution while keeping its performance constant.
The AirJet Mini Slim follows the latter approach, maintaining its 1750 pascals of air pressure at just 21 dBA of noise while slimming down to 2.5mm thick and weighing only 8 grams.
In addition to the size reduction, the new cooling solution features a self-cleaning mechanism that can be programmed for automatic intervals and a thermal sensor for temperature-based activation without the need for additional microcontrollers. It also maintains a cooling capability of 5.25W.
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The company’s booth showcased demonstrations of its application in various devices, from laptops to SSDs, as an alternative to traditional heat sinks.
According to Frore engineers, the suction power can be enhanced by increasing the number, size, or amplitude of the membranes, providing scalability. The company aims to maintain the balance between cooling capabilities and thickness for future generations under “Frore’s Law.”