TRENDnet has been spacing out its CES news, so here's the latest group.
First came "green" switches. Now TRENDnet says it has come up with power-saving Wi-Fi.
D-Link released a new version of its DGS-2205 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch, which it says provides up to 73% reduced power consumption without sacrificing network performance.
Best Buy announced today that its electronics recycling program is now available at all of its 1,006 stores nationwide. Consumers can bring up to two (2) units per day, per household, for recycling at any U.S. Best Buy store.
HP today introduced a recycling program that includes a way for consumers to receive cash for unwanted technology equipment.
Through the HP Consumer Buyback and Planet Partners Recycling Program, consumers can receive cash back for their unwanted PCs, monitors, printers, digital cameras, PDAs (personal digital assistants) and smartphones of any brand. If there is no value, consumers can responsibly recycle their HP and Compaq-branded products for free.
Go to www.hp.com/go/ConsumerBuyback for further details and to get a buyback quote.
Linksys today announced a series of steps that it has taken to improve its "green" image. The programs primarily focus on reducing waste in product packaging and ENERGY STAR product certification.
Best Buy has launched a test of an expanded electronics recycling program in 117 U.S. stores in the Baltimore, San Francisco, and Minnesota markets.
D-Link today announced the expansion of its "Green Ethernet" switch product line to include three of its "Web Smart" series products.
D-Link today announced the expansion of its "Green Ethernet" switch line with the addition of 16 and 24 port unmanaged gigabit models.
New hardware revisions of the DGS-1016D 16-port and DGS-1024 24-port unmanaged gigabit switches now support the same power-saving features introduced on the DGS-2205 and DGS-2208 5 and 8 port switches last October.