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The best USB fans

The best USB fans must be portable, compact, and reliable. That is why we’ve carefully selected only the top choices available and made sure they all were powerful enough to keep you from breaking a sweat or your equipment from overheating.

USB has become the standard source of power for most modern low-voltage electronics. All of our picks have an impressive performance and are made with top components to assure long-lasting operation with heavy-duty construction. You can easily feed these compact solutions with portable power banks, internal rechargeable batteries, or computer ports.

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EasyAcc Handheld USB Fan

Best Overall

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For total convenience and versatility, the EasyAcc Handheld USB Fan is our top recommendation. Featuring a pocket-size design, internal rechargeable battery with up to 15 hours of operation per charge, and a folding handle that doubles as a stand, this is one of the most versatile options out there.

Opolar Rechargeable USB Fan

Best Clip-on Fan

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When you need that personal cooling, but you need to stay hands-free, the Opolar Rechargeable USB Fan is the best clip-on solution in our list. The sturdy clamp is great for camping trips, but also popular for use on a treadmill to keep you running longer without overheating. It includes Micro-USB and USB-C charging ports for 2A fast recharging.

AC Infinity Multifan USB Fan 

Best Fan for Electronics

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If you are looking for the best solution to prevent overheating of your electronic devices, the AC Infinity Multifan USB Fan provides the best cooling performance in a USB fan we could find. The quiet operation and compact design make it ideal for computers, gaming consoles, and other AV equipment.

When the temperature rises, you don’t want to be caught off-guard. Protect your equipment from failure, stay cool, and don’t sweat a thing with this amazing collection of USB fans that we created just for you.

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