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“Zero-Watt” Monitor: Zero power in standby mode

Posted in Fujitsu by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2008

“Zero-Watt” Monitor: Zero power in standby mode
Fujitsu’s “Zero-Watt” Monitor uses zero power in Standby Mode. Zero. Zilch. Nada. Nothing. That’s the claim anyway, and they seem to be sticking to it. I never use standby mode myself, as I seem to be physically attached to my PC. But others will be happy to hear this news.

This seeming miracle is made possible thanks to a built-in switch that shuts down the monitor completely when a signal from the computer is absent. It brings it back to life like a mad scientist when the signal reappears, without even uttering “It’s alive”. This technology will be great for businesses, and that’s the market Fujitsu is aiming for when the monitor is released this summer. This new model will sell for the same price as conventional monitors, which is good news for your wallet.

Help the environment with Bye Bye Standby

Posted in Computer Components by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2008

Bye Bye Standby
Putting your devices in standby mode still makes your electric bill unpleasent to look at. It’s not good for your blood pressure and it doesn’t do the environment any good either. Bye Bye Standby wants to help you with that. It features a motion sensor inside that enables you to turn devices off when you walk out of the room.

Use the included key fob to completely turn appliances off within a 30 meter radius. They have a full range of Bye Bye Standby products, like a Bye Bye Standby heavy duty socket, Standby lamp dimmer, Standby motion sensor, Bye Bye Standby wall switch, Bye Bye Standby remote control to name a few. Save money, save energy.