The home will feature two computers from MSI, the Wind Top AE1900 All-inOne PC and X340 Ultra-Slim Notebook. The AE1900 offers green-minded users a PC that uses 80% less power than a normal desktop computer. Similarly, the X340 notebook features an Intel ULV (Ultra Low voltage) processor that use just 1/6 the power of a standard mobile CPU.
“We chose products that showcase the engineering, design, and ecopreneurism that challenge conventional wisdom and give us practical tools to live healthier and more productive lives,” said Howard Mittman, Publisher of WIRED.
“MSI is pleased to be a part of the exhibit and among the growing list of companies that are choosing to operate as green corporate citizens,” said MSI US Vice President of Sales, Andy Tung. “We hope that the Wind Top AE1900 and X340 help raise awareness about the greener alternatives available to consumers and are excited to be among the industry leaders in energy efficiency.”
The Smart Home: Green + Wired exhibit offers guided tours of the 2,500-square-foot home and grounds. Located in a park on the east side of the Museum, the home is open through January 3, 2010. Entry is $23 for adults, $22 for seniors and $14 for children 3-11. These prices include general museum admission. Tickets are available at . Smart Home: Green + Wired, Powered by ComEd is additionally sponsored by Dominick's and the Motorola Foundation.
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