Electronics Sap Energy Even When Off

Electronics Sap Energy Even When Off
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The New York Times has a very poignant article highlighting the importance of not just shutting down your electronics, but actually unplugging them. Just about all of your favorite pieces...

Jeff Squires
  • 15 june 2007


The New York Times has a very poignant article highlighting the importance of not just shutting down your electronics, but actually unplugging them. Just about all of your favorite pieces of hardware continue sucking down copious amounts of energy even when you aren’t using them – yes, even when they’re on low-energy modes. 

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