The Intelli Panel turns off all your computer peripherals (printers, monitors, Lava Lamps, etc.) whenever you power down your computer. On average the device saves 35 watts/hour and 176 kg of CO2/year depending on the amount of stuff you've got plugged in. It costs about $56 and may not come in a North American model. Still, if you're too lazy to flip the switch on a power strip then this may be the product you need to feel a little greener. Or you could, oh I don't know, slather yourself in green interior paint and get drunk. I did it and I'm feeling mighty green. And leady. That paint was pretty old. Oh, and whether you celebrated on Saturday or youâ€™re getting down today -- HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY EVERYONE!
Intelli Panel - Powers All Computer Peripherals OFF/ON Automatically [likecool]
Thanks to Ben, who the ladies should kiss even if he isn't Irish, for the tip
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