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Monster shows ‘Green’ power saving products

Monster Middle East is talking up its ‘Green Power’ line of products, which are designed to help users save money by reducing energy waste.

Monster shows ‘Green’ power saving products
Monster launches ‘Green’ at GITEX.

Monster Middle East is talking up its ‘Green Power’ line of products, which are designed to help users save money by reducing energy waste.

‘We originally launched our Green Power products at CES in January of this year and at the time they were only 110V compliant. Now though these products support 220V power supplies, so they’re useable in the Middle East as well,” explains Jehangir Khan, Regional Manager for Monster Middle East. “We’ve chosen GITEX Technology Week to launch these products, as well as others, in the region.”

The Monster Green Power products save power by automatically shutting down devices like TVs, home theatre sound systems and printers when they are idle, rather than allowing them to go into prolonged standby.

“When you hook up your AV receiver or computer to the Green Power and shutdown those devices, our product will automatically turn off other hardware that is connected, such as printers and speakers. Because these devices are completely turned off rather than left running in standby, users can expect lower electricity bills. Using these products a consumer can expect to reduce their bills by about 20%,” Khan says.

The company believes its Green Power products will be extremely successful in the region, Khan comments, “Since most people in this region seem to leave their systems running in standby, rather than power them off, Green Power will enable them to save money. And, if the user has opted to buy our higher-end models, it will also protect his hardware from power surges.”

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