Power Supply Units Guide
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Sunday, 24 May 2015
Schneider Electric, a specialist in energy management, recently unveiled the new Galaxy VM, a new three-phase UPS that provides power protection as well as maximum energy efficiency.
Thursday, 12 Mar 2015
APC by Schneider Electric will be holding a "Trade in for Power Savings" promo where you can trade old USPs and get up to PhP 1,500 gift certificate when you buy a brand new APC UPS. Hit the link to know more about the details.
Wednesday, 1 Oct 2014
Charge your mobile devices with Kimtigo's fastest-charging 10,000mAh KTD-101 power bank.
Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014
Emerson Network Power's MPH2 rack power distribution units (PDU) integrate power and environmental monitoring information for effective data center management. MPH2 racks PDUs allow IT managers to predict and manage changes in data centers.
Monday, 31 Mar 2014
Taiwan-based CyberPower, through the distribution of Nanotec Corporation, is bringing new power management solutions to the country. CyberPower's products include UPS systems, surge protectors, and inverters.
Friday, 28 Feb 2014
Cougar's GX V3 series consists of durable and eco-friendly power supply units that use Japanese capacitors, and are available in 600W, 800W, and 1050W models.
Friday, 8 Nov 2013
Corsair just announced its new line of CS Series Modular power supplies (PSUs). Available in 450, 550, 650, and 750watt models, these PSUs are designed to be exceptionally energy efficient since they carry the 80 PLUS Gold certification with them.
Thursday, 7 Nov 2013
MSI-ECS is making Christmas earlier! The distributor's anticipated annual Warehouse Sale of MSI-ECS is scheduled to happen starting on November 16 with up to 80% discount offers.
Monday, 9 Sep 2013
Just Mobile offers a great solution that allows you to charge any of your mobile devices while on the road. The Just Mobile Highway Pro is the iconic twin-slot in-car charger for iPhone, iPad, and other USB-charged devices.
Monday, 19 Aug 2013
In response to the accidents that are linked to the use of third-party USB chargers, Apple is now willing to replace those chargers with official ones at US$10 pricing. The takeback program has been expanded to seven more countries.