Fujitsu Siemens Announce “Zero-Watt” PC: The Esprimo Green

Fujitsu Siemens have today announced what they are calling a zero-watt PC, which consumes no energy when in standby mode. The computer, called the Esprimo Green, can still be managed by technicians whilst in its zero-power sleep mode, potentially saving big money on energy costs in large IT departments.

There is little information about how Fujitsu Siemens achieved this zero-watt sleep, nor for how long the PC can remain in standby unpowered, but apparently all will be revealed on March 3rd when the 2009 CeBIT trade show kicks off in Hannover, Germany.

The Esprimo Green will mark a giant leap forward in PC power conservation and will be well ahead of meeting EU legislation demanding that electronics products consume less than 1 Watt in standby from January 5, 2010.

The new PC’s are due to be released around the middle of 2009.

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