Cooling manufacturer Frore Systems has reportedly announced the world’s first solid state cooling system. Called the AirJet, it does not require any fans, instead using ultrasonic waves to push air through the cooling device. As a result, the device is incredibly thin, and is capable of dissipating the same amount of heat as fan-based coolers, while maintaining very low power consumption and a silent presentation. The company is already in partnership with Intel and Qualcomm, so you can expect Intel and ARM based laptops to be arriving sometime in the future with this new cooler technology. The AirJet Mini and Pro models are aimed at cooling ultra-thin notebooks and tablets. The Mini generates 1,750 Pascals of back pressure and weights just 11 grams, measuring in at 27.5 mm wide by 41. . . .