A new way of making your home more efficient is coming to your house, thanks to a company that lets you create a custom fan with the same speed as your computer.
The company is called “Fanboy” and the idea is to make fanless PCs more energy-efficient than the current generation of desktop PCs, which tend to use up a lot of power.
That’s because the speed of a fan has a direct relationship to the amount of power that can be delivered to the processor.
Fanboys use this relationship to optimize fan speeds, but they’re not the only way to do it.
There are other ways, too, but that’s the idea here.
The first fanboy you’ll see in action is the Fanboy 2.
The company also sells a smaller fan with a very different design, the FanBoy 3.
The Fanboy 3 is powered by a single 4.2-inch USB-C port, but the Fanboys 2 uses two 4.1-inch ports, making the 3-in-1 the most powerful fan on the market.
The design of the Fan Boy 3 means you can charge the Fan boy up in a few seconds.
The fanboy uses a 3-D printed case to attach itself to the back of your computer and can easily be attached to the ceiling of your house or a wall.
The case can be used to mount any type of fan, but it’s best used for fanless computing.
The cooler and fan can be easily moved around as needed, so you don’t have to worry about them being in direct contact with each other.
The Fanboy also comes with a small LED light that lets users know when the fan is on and off, which can be useful when running a program like Photoshop or Flash.
It also has built-in battery that can provide enough power for about an hour of typical computing.
It’s a pretty cool concept, and it’s not just for the purpose of using the fan as a fanless computer cooler.
There’s also a video tutorial that shows you how to use the Fanboard as a basic wall mount fan that will let you run a program in the dark.
The product also comes in two different models.
The first model is the more expensive Fanboy, which costs $199.99, and the FanBoard, which starts at $249.99.
There aren’t any different features or performance specs, so there’s no real reason to spend more money than you should.
The fan also has a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB-A port, and a USB 3.0 port that will plug into most devices.
The 2-in, 2-out, or 3-out model costs $219.99 for the fanboy and $299.99 per fanboard, respectively.
Both of these models come with the ability to attach up to eight fans to the front and rear of the fan.
The price is significantly cheaper than the fanboard and is a great deal compared to what the fanboys cost.
If you’re interested in getting the FanBOY 2, the company has set up a Kickstarter campaign to fund production.
The Kickstarter is currently at $50,000, and if it reaches its goal it will launch the product in January of 2018.