The Fujitsu Siemens zero-watt PC keeps energy consumption to a minimum

Fujitsu-Siemens-Computers-Logo.svg.pngThere’s probably more than a few of you with money saving new years resolutions that you plan on executing throughout the year (good luck with that) or until you can’t bear the thought of bringing your own lunch to work again for the 50 thousandth time. It helps when there are energy saving gadgets to help you with your economic resolution.

Take the Fujitsu Siemens ESPRIMO Green zero-watt PC. It consumes absolutely zilch when in standby mode, but still remains administrable. A lot of PCs, when in standby mode have a tendency to remain connected to the power source, consuming up to 5 watts of electricity (and raking up those bills). The ESPRIMO Green PC s have been designed to overcome this energy wasting problem.

It should be available for purchase by the middle of the year – which suggests June or July, but you never can tell with such ambiguous information. Fujitsu will be showcasing its environmentally friendly and economical PCs at the CeBIT technology show in March. We’ll bring you more info then.

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Lucy Hedges