PC TrickleSaver Review

By on September 3, 2009
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“Some time ago we published an interesting article called How Much Power Do Electronic Equipment Consume When in Standby Mode?, where we discovered that some external peripherals like speakers do consume energy when theoretically turned off or when they are in standby mode. Some manufacturers released products to address this issue and one of them [...]

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“Some time ago we published an interesting article called How Much Power Do Electronic Equipment Consume When in Standby Mode?, where we discovered that some external peripherals like speakers do consume energy when theoretically turned off or when they are in standby mode. Some manufacturers released products to address this issue and one of them is PC TrickleSaver from TrickleStar, which is connected to one USB port from the computer and shuts down automatically all your external peripherals when your PC is off, coming with an appealing USD 25 MRSP.”


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