[CES 2010] CoolIT has a wordplay on ESP with their Maestro E.S.P. liquid cooling system that relies on wireless communication to deliver temperature zone triggered device controls. This means you are able to choose just how many fans will kick in whenever the temperature hits a certain mark, which is cool since power use is optimized as you won’t have all gazillion fans whirring away at all times even when all you do is type a document on Notepad. All this configuration can be done through a software interface that runs in Windows. Should there be something that goes awry, the system will send you urgent notifications so that proper action can be taken immediately. The Maestro E.S.P. too will arrive later this year (around 6 weeks from now) for $89.99 a pop.

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