A Guardian Angel to monitor your power consumption

Subject: Systems | November 7, 2005 - 02:33 PM |

Think Computers has tested the Seasonic Power Angel, a monitoring device for all types of power.  Plug in your PSU, power up the PC and see how much power you're using, the efficency of your PSU and much more.  Even better, it will test anything, so you can spend the day unplugging random electronics and test them too!

'Were you ever curious about just how much power your computer consumes? Did you ever want to know

just how efficient that Active PFC power supply is? Well Seasonic has an indispensable device

called the Power Angel. It can be used for any device that consumes electricity, not just

computers. The Power Angel can help you determine just which electrical devices in your home or

workplace are draining to much electricity and draining your wallet at the same time. In this day,

when utility prices are only getting higher, the Power Angel is a great way to figure out how to

cut your energy use and cost. It is also a great way to test devices for their efficiency.'

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