May 11, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger
Monster Power debuted three products, ranging from protection and power serving of HDTV and home theaters to portable outlets. The products are the High Definition PowerCenter HDP 2400, HTS 1000 MKIII with Clean Power Stage 2, and the 3-plug Outlets to Go.
The HDP 2400 provides protection and increasing performance of HDTVs, according to Monster, with by incorporating the company’s new Monster Clean Power Circuitry Stage 2 v.2.1 High Definition Digital filters designed to minimize the noise that HDTVs generate. Other features include a sleek style, T2 protection that monitors the line voltage and will disconnect it in dangerously high or low voltage situations and then reconnect it when power returns to a safe level, a digital voltage display that is dimmable, a 6,420-joule rating, eight surge protected outlets, and phone, network, and coaxial connectors.
The Monster Power HDP 2400 retails for $399.95.
The 3-plug Outlets to Go is designed, Monster says, because there are never enough outlets in hotel rooms for travelers to power their laptop and all of their portable electronics. Outlets to Go 3 turns one outlet into three, and its design and cord wrap feature make it ultra compact to easily fit in briefcases, purses and suitcase, says Monster.
The blue LED indicator in the plug shows the outlets are receiving power and the built-in, resettable circuit breaker enhances hotel room safety by preventing dangerous overloads. Monster Outlets To Go 3-outlet models retails for $14.95.
The HTS 1000 MKIII with Clean Power Stage 2 dramatically reduces electronic noise for better picture and sound, Monster says. It includes patent-pending T2 automatic disconnect/reconnect protection circuitry, a 6,125-joule rating for superior protection, Tri-Mode Power Protection circuitry with audible alarm, a digital display that shows incoming voltage, eight outlets, and phone, network and coaxial connectors.
The HTS 1000 MKIII retails for $199.95.
For more details, visit www.monstercable.com.
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