Earth Friendly Electronic Devices

April 23, 2009 10:13:44 AM PDT
You may be interested in going green, but you don't want to give up those electronic devices that can make life easier. Techno Dad Mike Ferrara says you don't have to say goodbye to your electronic toys. He's found several earth-friendly devices to help you save energy, time and money. NatureMill Automatic Indoor Composter
  • automatically mixes and grinds kitchen waste into compost: $400
  • http://www.naturemill.com
  • Intermatic 7-Day Timer

  • replaces any indoor wall switch, great for indoor/outdoor lighting: $35
  • http://www.cableorganizer.com
  • Belkin Conserve Surge Protector

  • convenient remote control makes it easy to turn off to save on energy bills: $50
  • http://www.belkin.com
  • UltraLast USB battery charger

  • charges AA and AAA batteries from your computer: $12
  • http://www.ultralastbatteries.com
  • Freeplay Energy Kito flashlight

  • Simple, rugged flashlight that never needs batteries, just crank to recharge. $25
  • http://www.freeplayenergy.com
  • Leviton Decora® Occupancy Sensor Switch

  • Affordable sensor switch cuts down on the amount of power wasted by automatically switching off the lights when it no longer detects movement in the room.
  • Motion-sensor allows you to choose how long the lights will stay on for: 30 seconds, 5 minutes, 15 minutes, or 30 minutes.: $30.75
  • http://www.cableorganizer.com
  • eMax Hard Drive

  • Delivers maximum data protection, backup, and energy efficient performance
  • Drive features a voltage conversion process that lowers the overall power requirements
  • Uses up to 40% less power versus previous traditional powered 2.0TB hard drive equipped storage solutions: $235 and up
  • http://www.newertech.com

    Blackle.com

  • Helps save energy by turning pixels off of your screen
  • Saves ink and cartridges. Free website
  • http://www.blackle.com/
  • Ecofont

  • Saves ink when you print. Free website
  • http://www.ecofont.eu/ecofont_en.html

    For more information visit, Techno Dad's website www.technodad.tv


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