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Hot Deal: Monster 8-Outlet PowerCenter MDP 800 Surge Suppressor: $29.99
For a limited time, you can get a monster deal on Monster's GreenPower device.
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December 12, 2011 by EH Staff

It’s the holiday season, which means there will be plenty of shiny, new electronics under the tree on Christmas morning. You spent all of that time (and money) shopping for just the right devices. Now, how about protecting them, too?

We found Monster’s GreenPower Digital PowerCenter MDP 800 8-Outlet Surge Suppressor on Buy.com for just $29.99. This is 74 percent off the product’s list price, which means you’ll save almost $90 on this purchase. It also includes free shipping, making it a nice deal—as well as the perfect stocking stuffer.

Besides offering up some protection for your new tech purchases, the MDP 800 also boasts energy savings. Because it’s a GreenPower device, the unit will turn off connected devices when not in use. That way, those peripherals won’t be wasting unnecessary energy.

The MDP 800 also has Clean Power to filter electrical noise and interference and the Dual Mode Plus feature, which will sound an alarm and disconnect devices in case of dangerous power conditions. The MDP 800 can protect cable modem, DSL, and Ethernet devices, and has surge-protected coax, network, and phone connections. It also has PLC (powerline) network support.

Don’t forget that in addition to the above discount, Buy.com is also offering free shipping on this item. Snag one (or a few) now, in time to stuff a few stockings.

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