There are vampires in your house right now.
You might not know it to look at them, but your electronics are sucking you dry even when you’re not using them. The latest buzzword in the “save electricity” movement is Vampire Power. Even when you’re not using your electronics devices they’re slowly leaching electrons. Why? It’s called stand-by mode. Take a walk around your place at night and see how many blinking red lights or glowing green buttons you can see. Each one of them is costing you money and this can add up to hundreds of dollars a year. TrickelStar, manufacturers of energy-saving devices, have just the thing to help you save money and do well by Mother Earth at the same time.
The TrickleStar PC TrickleSaver, part of a much broader TrickleSaver line of products, is designed to reduce the standby energy consumed by the peripheral equipment that is connected to your PC. You simply connect the TrickleSaver PC to your computer via a standard USB connector and then connect your surge bar stacked with all of your peripherals to the plug at the other end. Plug the other end of the thing into the wall and you’re good to go. The TrickleSaver acts as the middleman between the juice coming out of the wall and your PC.
It detects the power status of your machine automatically. When your computer is powered on it will switch on all of your peripheral devices. On the flip side, when you’ve wrapped up work and you power down your PC, the TrickleSaver will cut off the electronic blood supply to all of your other devices like printers, cell phone chargers, speakers and modems. It’s easy to install, provides a simple way to reduce wasteful standby energy consumption, and shoves a stake through the hearts of all of those vampires.