Phone cooler makers need to cool with all the ice

I don't know about you, but when I have a bad case of a hot phone, I have to get rid of that heat this moment. Just kidding, I usually put it down for a while or turn it back on when it gets particularly stubborn. But there are companies marketing a different solution: tiny phone cooling fans that claim to pull all that heat away. And their product photos are a bit icy.

How did it come to this? What set off this arms race for phones that has become increasingly listless? I have to assume things started out innocently enough, but these RGB-filled things are aimed squarely at gamers – I guess these product shots weren't long in the making snowball In the wildly unrealistic images on Amazon today.

In this scenario I invented, this Trakxy Gaming Magnetic Phone Cooler This is what our patient zero would look like. The elegant use of the blue dial and the blue features surrounding the fan tell me everything I need to know about this magnetically attached fan.

Some light frost here and some snowflakes. Maybe a bit exaggerated, but I don't think I would consider this Lavender-colored imp And guess its purpose correctly otherwise, so it gets a pass.

Of course they are Get it for iPad, also. At first glance, this image is fairly harmless. Until you look at the digital screen. Does Teesso claim that this thing will drop your tablet to five below zero? I'm not sure I want that!

This is where things start to really go downhill. It's called Black Shark This will lower your phone's temperature by “up to 35°C”.

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at least this Comes with finger warmers. Very understanding.

Like a low opacity snowflake pattern overlaid this.

Now, here is the final boss. The phone cooler to end all phone coolers. One that no one has ever written a bad review for because their fingers are too frozen to do so. Oldest Yanism Magnetic Cell Phone Cooler.

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