The Arctic Breeze is a small USB-powered fan with a built-in USB port to keep yourself cool and your desk organized.
The ARCTIC Breeze Pro is the stylish USB-desktop fan giving you a light breeze on hot summer days. The integrated USB-hub comes in as a convenient feature too.
Feel the Breeze
The ARCTIC Breeze Pro is your stylish desktop fan that keeps you cool on hot summer days. The flexible neck can be turned in any direction. Via the LED-illuminated knob, the fan speed can be adjusted from 800 to 1800 RPM to fit your needs.
Convenient Design and Functionality
The ARCTIC Breeze Pro brings modern style right on your desktop. This also comes with a 4-port USB 2.0 hub integrated in its base. With the 1.8m cable, the ARCTIC Breeze Pro can also be connected to your PC standing under your table. Excess cable length can be rolled up and stored inside the base of the fan.
As the fan and the motor are adapted from ARCTIC's successful case fans, ARCTIC Breeze Pro works in total silence while offering good airflow as well.
|Rated Fan Speed||800 - 1800 RPM, ()|
|Dimensions (Product)||104 L x 95 W x 197 H mm|
|Dimensions (Packaging)||130 L x 96 W x 223 H mm|
|Limited Warranty||2 years|
|Gross Weight||0.42 kg|
Arctic has been very consistent in their packaging, and it's run through nearly every product I've seen. They have a consistent grey-scale color scheme with many pictures and specs on the box. They also, more than anyone I've seen, have an obsessive attention to providing great visibility to the actual product inside the box. Their products are always intelligently and safely packaged as well.
The Arctic Breeze is colored in Arctic's signature grey/white color scheme. It has a variable fan speed knob and two USB ports to also turn it into a USB expansion port. The base is coated in a grey color with a semi-metallic appearance.
Arctic has built in cable management into the base of the Breeze to keep your desktop clutter-free. The neck is also flexible and can be positioned just how you want it, where you want it. The back of the base also has a 5V DC input to supplement the USB power or to accommodate powered USB ports. When turned on, the fan speed adjustment knob has a subtle halo blue glow.
The housing for the fan motor looks very much like those found on large wind turbines. The fan blades are a simple shape, and have a high angle of attack, which means they will push a lot of air at lower RPMs.
The Breeze pushes a nice whisp of air from your desk. It's not a lot, and certainly doesn't replace a larger desk fan, but creates a gentle, quiet airflow where you want it. The fan doesn't spin very fast, and is also quiet, and the built-in USB ports add a nice bit of utility to the Breeze.
The whole assembly is sturdy, fits together well, and the base has a nice heft to provide a good foundation so that it won't easily tip or be knocked over. The flexible neck, in addition to allowing you to place the fan just how you'd like, also makes it difficult to knock the fan over since it gives easily.
Arctic made a unique niche product, and then added some functionality to it with the USB ports and capability for an additional external 5V power supply for powered peripherals. The fan speed knob and surrounding power LED halo add a bit of pizazz to the Breeze, and will help you stay cool and comfortable when gaming or working in front of your computer for extended periods of time.