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NZXT Aer RGB Premium Digital LED PWM Fans Released

The RGB craze goes on and NZXT recently announced their latest product called the Aer. The NZXT Aer RGB is a premium LED PWM fan with digital illumination options that provide not only cool lighting effects but efficient cooling as well. This allows users to build a cool and quiet rig, and at the same time aesthetically pleasing to the eyes. The new series includes Aer RGB120 and Aer RGB140 fans, check out more details from the official news below.

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NZXT Aer RGB LED Fans Released

NZXT proudly announces today the Aer RGB line of LED PWM fans combining premium digital illumination options with efficient cooling performance allowing users to build powerful and beautiful systems.

Operated digitally via HUE+ and fully customizable by using CAM software, Aer RGB fans are easy to install and operate while offering a wide range of lighting options. Furthermore, the fans can be conveniently daisy-chained and assigned to different groups, letting users set up custom illumination options using CAM’s intuitive controls.

“As gamers ourselves, we know how important is to combine performance and aesthetics without compromising one versus the other. This is why we are expanding the HUE+ digital lighting ecosystem by designing Aer RGB to provide advanced lighting options while delivering an optimized airflow for your system. Advanced users can fully fine-tune their system’s illumination and those seeking to simply improve aesthetics will enjoy the available presets.” says Johnny Hou, NZXT’s founder and CEO.

nzxt-aer-rgb120-and-rgb140Aer RGB fans main features:

  • Daisy chain and group fans together for additional lighting effects
  • PWM fan with optimized cooling and silent operation
  • Fluid dynamic bearing for long-lasting operation
  • Uniform light dispersion with unique light guide design
  • 120mm and 140mm models

Choose from countless illumination options
Aer RGB delivers balanced light dispersion through 8 LEDs and specifically engineered light guides. In addition to all the original lighting options from HUE+, including a dozen presets (Fading, Breathing, Spectrum Wave, Pulse etc.) and a fully controlled “custom” mode, Aer RGB introduces exclusive modes such as the RPM and Wings modes. By combining LED strips and Aer RGB thanks to HUE+, aesthetics-focused users can enjoy additional options to further polish the looks of their rig.

Easy to install, control & operate
Users can control up to 5 Aer RGB fans per HUE+ lighting channel (up to a maximum of 10 fans). Aer RGB fans can be linked together and assigned to groups to further customize the setup. Illumination options are easily adjusted using CAM, our free PC monitoring software.

Improved airflow and silent operation
Aer RGB fan blades are designed for optimal airflow while keeping noise to a minimum with a winglet-tip design. Fluid dynamic bearings provide long-lasting silent performance.

NZXT Aer Price and Availability

The NZXT Aer RGB LED fans will become available starting late October. Below are the following manufacturer’s suggested retail prices:

Aer RGB120 & HUE+: 2 x Aer RGB120 with HUE+ Controller – $79.99
Aer RGB140 & HUE+: 2 x Aer RGB140 with HUE+ Controller – $89.99
Aer RGB120 Triple Pack: 3 x Aer RGB120 – $79.99
Aer RGB140 Triple Pack: 3 x Aer RGB140 – $89.99
Aer RGB120 – $29.99
Aer RGB140 – $34.99

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