Similar to the Solo HD Beats by Dr. Dre, the Studio Beats are the over-the-ear, bigger version in the Beats By Dre lineup. These headphones provide extremely high quality sound, incredible noise cancellation, and great bass reproduction. Although there are pros and cons to these headphones, they are an incredible piece of technology for any musician, traveler, or music lover. Included in the box of the Studio Beats is the actual headphones, a high-quality Monster headphone cable which does not tangle, a 1/8” to ¼” adapter (a great addition for musicians), a touring case, two AAA batteries, a Monster Clean Cloth with advanced Aegis Microbe Shield technology, and the Monster iSoniTalk cable--for the iPhone, Blackberry and other music phones. Also included in the box is the instruction manual on how to use the headphones. The touring case is extremely easy to transport. Made of hard shell plastic, it protects your Studio Beats from impairment during travel. Another nice feature of the headphones is the three spongy pads--two located on the ear cups and one on the headband for added comfort. Overall, the construction of the headphones is superior to other standard headphones. The Studio Beats are mainly made of plastic material, but have a luxury, high-quality feel. There are a few drawbacks to the Studio Beats, including the requirement for two AAA batteries, fingerprint-prone finish, and the sound leakage. The Studio headphones require AAA batteries to work, and the estimated battery life ranges anywhere from two to three weeks. The shiny finish is fingerprint prone, but Monster took this into consideration when making the headphones. They have included a cleaning cloth for an easy dusting. If the cleaning cloth doesn't satisfy your needs, you can purchase the Monster HDTV cleaning kit to help the headphones recapture their brand new look. The sound leakage is a con shared by nearly every headphone on the market. Most people are annoyed when they are able to hear somebody else’s music. A quick fix to this is to not use them in public or don’t have your volume maxed out. A few bonus features of the Studio Beats headphones are the detachable cable, the mute button, and the extreme comfort. The detachable cable allows you to move around--whether working or playing--without worrying about your cord getting caught on something and yanking the headphones off your head. You don’t want to risk breaking these (although there are warranty options if the headphones happen to malfunction or break--read below)! The mute button on the right ear cup is a great feature. With this feature, you don’t have to search around for your iPod/MP3 player to stop the music to talk to somebody. Simply push the mute button and the music is muted! The extreme comfort of the Studio headphones is perfect for the music lovers who like to listen to music for hours at a time. . The super plush ear cups stay comfortable, as does the cushion on the headband. There will never be a need to stop your enjoyment because your headphones start to give you ear pain. There are also six new limited edition colors which are available to Your Electronic Warehouse to sell on November 16, 2011. The new colors include pink, orange, purple, green (not available to Your Electronic Warehouse), blue, and silver. The selling price for each pair of headphones is $299. The price for the Silver headphones are $349. The Studio Beats are a Limited Edition headphone for Holiday 2011, make sure you get yours quick! These headphones are a must have for the audiophile and are a great investment! These headphones have a one year limited warranty, which includes a one time replacement of the headset.
Life before cloud technology was complicated and expensive. In the past, companies had to buy computers for employees in order to have tools to do their job effectively. In addition, the amount and variety of hardware and software required to run traditional business applications can be overwhelming. Plus, the required expenses of software licenses for individual users. You can eliminate so many headaches by not managing all the hardware and software. Enter cloud technology. It’s not a fad. It’s a shift from traditional software models to the Internet. And it’s steadily gained momentum of the last 10 years. Here’s how it works… A cloud user uses a laptop or desktop computer, tablet or smartphone with a web browser to access a cloud system via the Web. They can achieve routine tasks, send and receive data and only require a single computing device. For example, you can manage documents, presentations, music, and videos. It’s possible because a network of computers via a digital network makes up the "cloud" of Web servers to handle multiple applications. A great solution for those companies that don’t want to purchase hardware, just buy the computing time and storage that they actually use. The demands of the user’s side greatly decrease and instead the only thing the user needs to be able to run is the cloud computing system’s interface software, which can be as simple as a web browser. The cloud’s network takes care of the rest. Pretty cool, huh? If you have an e-mail account with a web-based service like Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail or Gmail, then you've had some experience with cloud computing. Instead of running an e-mail program on your computer, you log in to a Web e-mail account remotely. The software and storage for your account doesn’t exist on your computer – it’s on the service’s computer cloud. The technology combines the Internet, web browsers and rich applications in one. There is a significant workload shift, and a welcomed one, for many key service provider industries that need all their people always on-the-go. Employees need to access the firm from anywhere they are and remote hosting services help that. According to Cloud Times, by 2020, Forrester Research projects that cloud computing business will be worth $241 billion dollars! Big names like Microsoft, Apple, Google, AT&T, and Verizon are all investing loads of money to capture the market. If you have enough processing power to connect to the cloud system, here are the benefits… Access applications and data anywhere at anytime by the Internet No need to buy the fastest computer with the most memory, the cloud stores all your information on a remote computer No hardware or software to install! 100% cloud computing infrastructures Empowered users for fast, point-and-click customization, like photo-sharing on Flickr Save money, streamlined hardware means fewer problems with network and operating systems OK, there are a few risks… Information security from illegal acts like misuse of data access Privacy, especially with wireless cloud computing Digital divide widens between modern wealthy and poor nations Changing cloud service providers may slow your data migration Sure new technology comes with new worries but cloud technology companies are meeting those immediate concerns with great confidence. However, the latest innovations in cloud computing are making business applications even more mobile and collaborative. As consumers, you want to information pushed in real time and cloud technology is leading the way to mainstream use. At Your Electronic Warehouse, we can look forward to an exciting future of community product development.
Ranked #2 on a list of 15 e-commerce mobile websites, which includes such giants as Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart.com, Sears, Barnes & Noble, Target, and eight others, is giving Your Electronic Warehouse something to smile about today. For the week starting Oct 18, 2010, only Barnes & Noble had a better score than Your Electronic Warehouse on the Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index. The Mobile Commerce Performance Index, published by Internet Retailer, is a third party index compiled by Keynote Systems, who monitors and reports on Internet website performance as well as Mobile website performance. This index is comprised of selected retailers, chosen by Internet Retailer from their annual Top 500 list, to provide an industry benchmark for mobile site performance. The Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index ranks mobile sites on the average response times, success rates and download speeds to the homepage using three of today's most popular smartphones and service providers. Over the past several weeks Your Electronic Warehouse has been hanging out in the middle of the pack, averaging about the 7 spot. A shot up to #2 is a sign of great things to come from Your Electronic Warehouse. Mobile commerce is the future, and to be ahead of the curve is the key. Your Electronic Warehouse is proof that even the little guys can get a chance to shine now and then.
The new home theater receiver line called "AVENTAGE" (pronounced Ah-Ven-Taj) was recently announced by Yamaha and will be shipping in August and September. The lineup of five 7.2 receivers includes the RX-A700, RX-A800, RX-A1000, RX-A2000 and RX-A3000. The new receivers are the result of a meticulous design process focused of refining, re-engineering and ultimately creating new receivers from the ground-up. Nothing was overlooked: circuitry, construction, custom components, reproduction qualities and even eco-friendly power consumption. The receivers all feature 3D compatible v1.4 HDMI , Bluetooth and iPhone support, HD audio decoding and multi-zone output for audio and video. Keep reading to learn more! The AVENTAGE difference Double bottom construction: additional support for power transformer and heat sinks, and also adds rigidity to help improve overall performance Optimized power amplifier layout: symmetrical layout improves signal-to-noise (S-N) ratio with uniform balanced vibration and control for a better sound experience Specially designed 5th foot: the anti-resonance technology (A.R.T. Wedge) improves structural rigidity and reduces vibration Ultra-low jitter circuitry: jitter from digital sources, including HDMI, are reduced using a more precise timing control Hybrid power supply: the analog and digital circuit have their own power supplies, which means less consumption in standby mode and a more efficient power transformer H-shaped cross-member frame: internal bracing reduces vibration and adds support for the transformer and heat skinks High-quality DACs: the path from ground to DAC is no longer shared, so a direct connection is achieved Zip ties to ground: minimize magnetic interference and reduces unwanted radio frequency interference Yamaha built: receivers are designed, manufactured and assembled in Yamaha-owned facilities and come with a 3-year warranty Custom designed parts: standard components produce standard performance, but custom parts produce incredible performance High grade terminals: heavier grade materials and wider spacing make cable connections easier and more secure Best in class processors: Cinema DSP processors, Dolby Digital TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, HQV Vida video processor Enhanced virtual presence: re-creation of 3D sound locations and directions from simple speaker configurations Yamaha automated calibration: Yamaha Parametric Acoustic Optimizer is a simple, automatic way to optimize the sound for your room 3rd party control: interoperable with home control manufacturers Web control: compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari web browsers Control app: for iPhone/iPod Touch provides control over select AVENTAGE model receivers Compare AVENTAGE Features/Specifications Receiver RX-A700 RX-A800 RX-A1000 RX-A2000 RX-A3000 Power (watts) 630 665 735 910 980 HDMI v1.4 (3D, audio return) 7 8 10 10 10 Bluetooth compatible yes yes yes yes yes iPhone/iPod compatible yes yes yes yes yes HD audio (dolby/dts) yes yes yes yes yes Ethernet port no no yes yes yes 7.2 channels yes yes yes yes yes Front USB no no yes yes yes D/A conversion 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit Multizone yes, 2 yes, 2 yes, 3 yes, 3 yes, 4 IR and RS-232C yes yes yes yes yes YPAO calibration yes yes yes yes yes Surround programs 17 17 17 17 17
Monster Cable announced they are releasing a "universal 3D eyewear shutter system" called MonsterVISION MAX3D that uses RF (radio frequency) signals instead of IR (infrared) or white light synchronization. According to Monster, there will be three ways to go 3D: a full set that includes glasses and transmitter kit for $249, a single pair of glasses for $169, or just the transmitter for $59. Keep reading for more details! Monster Vision Max 3D Universal RF Shutter Glasses The 3D solutions from Monster Cable, MonsterVISION MAX3D, are scheduled for release at the end of summer and will feature a RF transmitter and 3D glasses that will work with any 3D HDTV! The glasses are a lightweight, glossy black design that can be worn all day, including over prescription glasses. RF vs IR Monster used RF because radio frequency systems can operate without line-of-sight, and are unaffected by common household issues such as CFL bulbs, sunlight and IR interference. What does this mean to you? With traditional IR glasses, the sync will be broken if you move around while watching 3D content because the IR signal will likely be broken temporarily. Only when you face the emitter again will the glasses and TV re-sync. With RF glasses you can move around, such as to grab a snack from a nearby table or maybe to switch seats -- all in perfect sync because radio waves pass through objects such as furniture, people and electronics. Pricing and Availability Full Kit (transmitter and glasses): $249 Pair of RF Glasses: $169 RF Transmitter: $59 The Monster Vision Max 3D products are slated for release in September. Bookmark this page and check back often for updates, or subscribe to our RSS feed for instant, automatic updates.
Do you have questions about 3D TV? Below are answers to commonly asked questions about 3D Ready Mitsubishi HDTVs, active shutter glasses, 3D signal types and display formats, HDMI requirements and what you need to get the most out of your 3D home theater. 1. How do I watch 3D content on my Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTV? Watching 3D content on your Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTV requires purchasing the 3DA-1 3D Adapter Kit or the 3DC-1000 3D Starter Pack. Both 3D TV kits include the adapter and emitter necessary to receive the HDMI 1.4a signals from your Blu-ray player, cable box, satellite DVR, Sony Playstation 3 PS3 or Xbox 360 and convert them to the checkerboard format. The 3DC-1000 includes LCD active shutter glasses while the 3DA-1 kit does not. 2. What Mitsubishi TVs are compatible with the 3D Adapter Kit/Starter Package? DLP projection HDTVs manufactured in 2007 or later can produce 3D effects. Here is a complete list of compatible Mitsubishi TVs: 2007 WD-57833, WD-65833, WD-73833 (3D feature called "FX Gaming") 2008 WD-60735, WD-60C8, WD-65735, WD-65736, WD-65835, WD-65C8, WD-73735, WD-73736, WD-73835, WD-73C8, L65-A90 2009 WD-60737, WD-60C9, WD-65737, WD-65837, WD-65C9, WD-73737, WD-73837, WD-73C9, WD-82737, WD-82837 2010 WD-60638, WD-60C10, WD-60738, WD-65638, WD-65C10, WD-65738, WD-65838, WD-73638, WD-73C10, WD-73738, WD-73838, WD-82738, WD-82838, L75-A91 3. What is different about the new 3D TV technology, and can everyone experience it? The last several years have seen huge jumps in 3D technology, with numerous platforms being developed and cinemas around the world deploying 3D systems. But the biggest jump has been from the throw-away anaglyph (red/cyan) glasses to the home theater active shutter glasses. This new technology allows viewers to experience 3D content in their own home with higher contrast, higher resolution and better color than the stereoscopic glasses of old. While the vast majority of viewers can experience 3D content, some people suffer from stereo blindness, which means the added depth of 3D will appear 2D. But wearing the glasses will retain the intended appearance of the content but will lack the 3D punch available to regular-sighted viewers. And if you wear prescription glasses, the active shutter glasses are designed to fit over/in front of your normal glasses. Contact lens wearers are not affected. 4. Are 3D glasses absolutely necessary? Yes. When your TV is in 3D mode it displays an image that appears distorted without 3D glasses. While the images may be discernible without 3D glasses, there will be no added depth and the distortion may cause discomfort. 5. Will I have to buy all new components to get 3D content? If you have a standard Blu-ray Disc player then you will have to upgrade. There are models specifically designed for 3D playback and are marketed as such. It's possible that manufacturers will provide updates for older players, but it's more likely that they will stop producing non-3D players and push 3D versions instead. Both Sony PS3 and Xbox 360 have games and settings that allow 3D content to be displayed properly on your Mitsubishi HDTV. Plus, more games, movies, shows and sports are being produced in 3D, so check with your cable or satellite provider for details. 6. Can I use my existing HDMI cable or do I have to upgrade? If you have an HDMI category 2 high speed cable (or better) you are fine. The HDMI standards allow for varying degrees of bandwidth and features, so if you have a good cable from the last couple years it will be compatible with the 1.4a standards required by 3D. Of course upgrading your cable to an actual 1.4 version is recommended because the new cables incorporate an Ethernet channel, return audio and general improvements associated with technology and design improvements. 7. Is there 3D content available to watch or should I wait? Don't wait. The major motion picture companies have produced and are distributing 3D films on Blu-ray, and cable companies such as Comcast, Time Warner and Cox Communications have begun providing 3D content. Satellite providers DirecTV and DISH Network are making 3D movies and sports a top priority, and ESPN plans to have major sporting events in 3D very soon. In short, 3D is here and is catching on fast - it will soon be mainstream. 8. Are Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTVs compatible with DLP Link glasses? Yes. All Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTVs are compatible with DLP Link glasses. Plus, the TVs have a VESA jack so non-DLP Link glasses can be synchronized. 9. Are all 3D active shutter glasses the same, and are they cross-compatible? No and no. Active shutter glasses have to be synchronized to the TV to work properly and create the 3D effects. But there are many types of glasses: some are infrared (IR), some use Bluetooth or radio frequency (RF), just like some are meant for DLP displays and others just for LCDs. So make sure that when you purchase your TV and 3D kit they are designed to work with each other, and if your friends want to bring their glasses be sure to make sure they will work. 10. What is the difference between a 3D signal the the 3D TV display pattern? The 3D signal is the information sent from the source (like a Blu-ray player) to the TV or adapter. That data is then converted into a display pattern of a certain format. Mitsubishi HDTVs use checkerboard. There are three types of signals that are converted to checkerboard: Frame Packing: super-high resolution 3D signal that requires a lot of bandwidth so is not suitable for satellite or cable systems, just Blu-ray players and gaming systems. The typical signal is 1080p/24fps or 720p/60fps. Side-by-Side: these 3D signals contain two frames - one for each eye - that are suitable for satellite and cable transmissions. They are also suitable for Blu-ray discs. The typical signal is 1080p/24fps, 1080p/30fps, 1080i/60fps or 720p/60fps. Top-Bottom: Just like the signal type above, only the frames are split in half the other way. These 3D signals contain two frames - one for each eye - that are suitable for satellite and cable transmissions. They are also suitable for Blu-ray discs. The typical signal is 1080p/24fps, 1080p/30fps, 1080i/60fps or 720p/60fps.
The recent announcement of the Apple iPad Tablet has the tech industry buzzing. Stay tuned to this blog to find out when new accessories will be available for the new Apple iPad Tablet. In the meantime, check out our existing lineup of iPod/iPhone accessories and other Mac gear such as headphones, cables and adapters. Apple iPad Tablet Accessories Here are links to some products that will get you started. Keep checking back as manufacturers produce products specifically for the Apple iPad Tablet. We currently have a large selection of accessories that will work with the Apple iPad Tablet. iPod/iPhone and MP3 Players Accessories Headphones On-ear Headphones In-ear Headphones Over-ear Headphones Computer Backpacks This is an exciting time for everybody in the gadget world! We have many accessories that will work with the new Apple iPad Tablet. As details emerge about the iPad we will update our current products and bring you brand-new accessories. Stay tuned!
Quincy, IL 09/22/09 -- Your Electronic Warehouse was named by BizRate® Research, a leading consumer feedback network, a winner of its tenth annual BizRate® Circle of Excellence. The award recognizes top online retailers that provided outstanding customer experiences throughout the year, as rated by their customers. Your Electronic Warehouse Chosen by Buyers BizRate® Research evaluates customer satisfaction at each of the over 5,000 retailers within the BizRate Network. Online stores earning the prestigious Circle of Excellence award were rated by their buyers at a significantly higher level than the Network average across seven key satisfaction metrics: Overall satisfaction at the point of sale Product selection Ease of finding what the customer is looking for Repurchase intent after order receipt Product met expectations after order receipt On-time delivery Customer support BizRate® Circle of Excellence 10th Anniversary The BizRate® Circle of Excellence celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, making this year's announcement an especially memorable one. "Back in 1999, we launched the Circle of Excellence to allow the very best retailers to earn special recognition for their exceptional performance in the area of customer service. At that same time, we also believed that the Circle of Excellence denomination would empower online consumers by highlighting retailers with whom they should feel extremely confident about shopping." said Bill Glass, President of Shopzilla, Inc., the parent company for BizRate.com. "Since its inception, the importance of the Circle of Excellence has continued to grow, and today it is truly the hallmark of customer satisfaction success in online retail. After ten years, we are more committed than ever to providing retailers with the invaluable ability to listen to and understand their customers' needs via our point-of-sale feedback platform. Furthermore, we are thrilled to offer them the opportunity to be recognized for their superior performance in delivering on those customer needs as Circle of Excellence winners." About Your Electronic Warehouse Your Electronic Warehouse is a consumer electronics store that is a division of 1st in Video-Music World, Inc. The parent company, 1st in Video-Music World, started in 1975 as Music World, a bricks-and-mortar stereo equipment store in Quincy, Illinois. In 1994, 1st in Video-Music world opened its new mega store and took up the name Your Electronic Warehouse. Three years later, Your Electronic Warehouse took its business online as 4ElectronicWarehouse.com and over the last ten years has developed into an Internet Retailer Top 500 company. Your Electronic Warehouse is an authorized dealer for every brand they carry, including: Bose®, Yamaha, Pioneer, Pioneer Elite, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Monster Cable, Boston Acoustics, DIRECTV, Shure, Niles and many more premium electronics brands. Your Electronic Warehouse carries a wide variety of products, including: high definition televisions (HDTVs), home theater receivers, speakers, GPS, custom length Monster Cable, mounting brackets, radios, and iPhone/iPod accessories. About BizRate® Research BizRate Research assists retailers in listening to their customers and starts a dialogue between retailers and customers with the end goal of growing consumer loyalty to the retailer. BizRate Research provides tools and reports to over 5,000 retailers to enlighten them about the customer experience and make them aware of the "why" in what consumers think and do. For over 10 years, BizRate's consumer feedback and ratings platform amplifies the consumers' voice in a way that is fast and measurable, resulting in insights, action, and consumer loyalty. About Shopzilla, Inc. Shopzilla, Inc. is one of the largest and most comprehensive online shopping networks on the web. Through its leading comparison shopping sites, BizRate.com(R) and Shopzilla.com(R), Shopzilla helps shoppers find the best value for virtually anything they want to buy from thousands of online retailers. Based in Los Angeles, Shopzilla operates sites in the U.S., U.K., France and Germany. The company is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc., which include national lifestyle TV networks such as HGTV, The Food Network, Fine Living and more.
The House on February 4, 2009, passed "DTV Delay Act" or "S. 352", legislation that extends the DTV transition process. The act postpones mandatory switching for TV stations and extends the converter coupon program. The bill, previously passed by the Senate, makes the official DTV transition date Friday, June 12, 2009. Keep reading for details. The "DTV Delay Act" or "S. 352" authorizes the government to issue replacement coupons to households that had previously applied for and received coupons that weren't used before they expired. The act extends the coupon program to July 31, 2009; additional funding is expected. If you don't have a converter box coupon you are urged put your name on the waiting list . We carry digital-to-analgog converter boxes and a full line of high-quality plasma , LCD , and DLP high definition televisions. Keep in mind that TV stations have the option of switching anytime between February and June. I recommend contacting your local stations to find out when they will be switching from analog to digital. Check back often for updates.
Monster Cable® has done it again! The new Digital Life™ product line is the answer to the growing number of questions and concerns many electronics consumers have. As more and more devices fill our homes and pockets, the challenge becomes how to effectively connect them all and get the most enjoyment for the least amount of cost and frustration. Monster Cable is making things simple with their Digital Life products, with new premium cables and surge-protected power strips that meet or exceed industry standards at prices anyone can afford. And if you're looking to save money and are going green, Monster Cable's GreenPower technology can automatically turn off outlets to avoid wasting money and electricity. Keep reading to find out more! Convergence The digital revolution is underway, and in many respects has run its course. By revolution I mean the mass acceptance of digital devices as indispensable parts of our daily lives and the anticipation of emerging technologies. Part of the change has been the dramatic increase in the number of devices; now the challenge becomes making them work together. After all, the purpose of technology is to make our lives easier, more pleasurable, and to empower the individual. As the focus shifts to making everything work -- and work well -- the discussion revolves around convergence, around creating a digital life. This means watching YouTube videos on your HDTV, interacting with family members over your Blu-ray player, creating videos and music to share online, and playing your favorite character on your Playstation or Xbox. In short, your devices are no longer exclusive -- they share information and uses and complement one other, creating an experience that is more meaningful and interactive. Monster Cable's Digital Life product line includes everything you need to get up and running, from the power/surge strips (PowerCenter) to USB cables to DVI, and HDMI cables to Ethernet cables -- just one stop at our Digital Life product page and you'll be set. Monster Cable answers the call Monster Cable is making convergence simple with their Digital Life product line. The cables and PowerCenters™ are designed and constructed to exceed current specifications so you won't have to update cables or worry about compatibility. Form and function combine with sleek cables and PowerCenters that complement today's devices with the highest quality materials and technologies on the inside. That is why the Monster Cable Digital Life MDP-900 PowerCenter won the prestigious Innovations 2009 Design and Engineering Award by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), presented at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Save Money...and the Environment Monster Cable's GreenPower technology saves electricity by automatically shutting off selected outlets when not in use. Many people assume that when they turn off their electrical devices they stop using power -- but that's not the case. Even when turned off your devices still draw power! GreenPower detects the drop in demand (like when a computer goes into standby or your TV turns off) and can manage which outlets to turn completely off. This is useful for accessories such as stereos, disc players, chargers, or even main devices. Either way the result is the same: since the outlets are completely shut off, the flow of electricity stops. You can defeat the dreaded vampire load! By letting GreenPower manage your devices you can stop wasting money and electricity. Another upside? Reducing the amount of electricity you use reduces your carbon footprint! Managing your devices The Digital Life and GreenPower products from Monster Cable make managing your electronics simple. Getting the right cable or power strip is easy, and the quality is always top-notch. And with GreenPower you won't feel bad having all those devices plugged in...you might even brag about how much money you save on your utility bill. So if you want to skip the hassle of choosing the right cables or surge strips, go with the Monster Cable Digital Life product line. Innovation and technology doesn't have to mean chaos -- convergence, and living the digital life to its fullest, means getting rid of what you don't need and effectively managing what you do use. So embrace technology and usher in a new digital paradigm with Monster Cable Digital Life products with GreenPower.