The Basics (continued):
In the fully opened state, we see that the Cryo LX has more rubber strips towards the front edge of the cooler, and that the NZXT logo has been embossed into one corner. The front edge is also much thinner than the back edge, so an angle is created that should help make long term use of the laptop a bit more comfortable.
The next image provides a better look at the perforated fan box mentioned previously. The underside of the fans are pretty much wide open, allowing each to draw in air with no obstructions. But it is on the top side of the fans where the relatively narrow slots in the cooler may restrict the air flow. Even at low speeds, three 120mm fans can move a good amount of air, but not if the path is blocked.
There are six rubber feet found on the bottom of the cooler. While the strips on top will keep your notebook computer in place, the feet on the bottom will keep the cooler in place on your work surface.
Other than the cooler itself, there are just two other items included. You receive one USB cable for data transfer, and one cable that converts from a USB connector to a DC power connection. While I was able to power the cooler with just the standard USB cable connected, the second cable may be necessary on notebooks that don't put out as much power on each USB port.