Notebook coolers usually come in the form of rectangular plates with or without fans, but NZXT's new Cryo X60 and Cryo V60 are a bit different.
They are still rectangular, sure enough, but that is about as far as the similarities go.
The former uses an asymmetrical design, which leads the heat, siphons it really, to the upper right side.
The latter is the more curious though, with a big, round hole in the middle, cut in such a way as to leave the lower end narrower than the top one. This creates a vortex of air, even without fans to help.
One might say that NZXT didn't time the release all that perfectly, since the summer is nearing its end at this point. Then again, it's not laptops that have a problem running a bit hot (usually), but people whose laps they sit on. With that in mind, any time is a good time to launch a notebook cooler.
Unfortunately, we don't have any pricing information.