Posted on Sunday, 21st September 2008 by Auw Jimmy
So far, I’m very anxious to see how much power I can save with my laptop (let’s say – if I turn of my screen, my speaker, my ODD, etc). Well, this time I have chance to test myself
I use my laptop, ASUS F3JC. Powered with Intel T7400 (2.16 GHz), 2 GB or RAM, 120GB of SATA HDD, 15.4″ screen, and a Super Multi ODD. What else? I use standard 65 Watt adapter.
I use a device that can measure the power consumption directly. You just need to plug this device on to the wall outlet, then connect your peripheral to this device. Then, this device can measure the power consumption of your peripheral instantly (real time). Take a look of the device below.
This tiny little device can measure the Voltage, Current, Power Consumption (in Watt or VA), Frequency (Hz), Efficiency (Power Factor), and Power Usage (kWh). This is a great device, but somewhere not available in Indonesia.
Tags: consumption, energy, notebook, power, watt
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