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HP Computer Refurbished: ServerMonkey Earns e-Stewards Enterprise Designation



HOUSTON, TEXAS (PRWEB) November 30, 2011

ServerMonkey today announced that it has become an e-Stewards Enterprise.

In doing so, ServerMonkey commits to pursuing the most responsible recycling practices for its electronic waste (e-waste).

ServerMonkey is dedicated to conducting business in a green and sustainable manner, and as an e-Stewards Enterprise, we reinforce our commitment to properly and safely disposing of all e-waste, said Craig Simons, Chief Sustainability Officer of ServerMonkey. From our Equipment Buy Back Program, to our E-waste Recycling Day programs, ServerMonkey is taking a leading role in the fight against e-waste.

E-waste is the fastest growing part of the U.S. garbage stream. According to Time Magazine, Americans throw out more than 350,000 cell phones and 130,000 computers every day. Improperly disposed of, the lead, mercury and other toxic materials inside e-waste can leak from landfills and pollute communities.

At this pivotal moment in the worldwide e-waste crisis, ServerMonkey joins a growing number of business, academic and governmental leaders taking action to stem a toxic tide, said Jim Puckett, Executive Director of the Basel Action Network, creator of the e-Stewards program.

As an e-Stewards Enterprise, ServerMonkey agrees to always make best efforts to work with e-Stewards Recyclers, ensuring that ServerMonkeys e-waste does not contribute to the global toxic waste crisis. E-Stewards Recyclers undergo a professional audit every year to guarantee they do not export hazardous recycling byproducts to developing countries, use U.S. prison labor, or dump in municipal landfills. E-Stewards recyclers also ensure that private data is kept secure, and that their operations protect both workers and the environment everywhere.

To learn more about ServerMonkeys commitment to sustainability and environmentally responsible approaches to IT, please visit http://www.servermonkey.com.

About ServerMonkey - Located in Houston, TX, ServerMonkey (http://www.servermonkey.com) stocks and delivers new and refurbished servers and networking equipment. With a blend of low prices, high quality and exceptional service, ServerMonkey offers a unique opportunity for corporate IT groups to economize without compromising.

ServerMonkey specializes in refurbished servers and networking equipment, stocking brands like HP, Dell, IBM, Intel, Sun and Cisco. A Better Business Bureau accredited company, ServerMonkey saves IT equipment buyers money by stocking the equipment they are looking for equipment thats compatible with current systems. And ServerMonkeys prices are lower than anywhere else in the market. Quite simply, ServerMonkey offers the best IT equipment at the best prices.

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HP C4317A 2U HH Smark Desktop Storage Rack Enclosure, Refurbished to Factory Specifications

 HP Computer Refurbished: ServerMonkey Earns e Stewards Enterprise Designation

HP C4317A 2U HH Smark Desktop Storage Rack Enclosure

Product Details:

  • Manufacturer: HP
  • Item Condition: Refurbished to Manufacturer Specifications
  • Part Number: C4317A
  • Product Type: Parts
  • Technology Category: Enclosures
  • Recording Format: Rackmount
  • Capacity: N/A
  • Interface: N/A
  • Form Factor: N/A
  • Sanworks SKU#: SWN013667
  • Additional Product Info: Please call Sanworks for specification or compatibility questions.

Product Highlights:

  • 90 Days Unlimited Warranty
  • Extended Warranty Available
  • One Year Product Support with Sanworks Included
  • 100% Satisfaction or Your Money Back
  • In Stock

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PanDigital 72-70FW 7-Inch Tablet Computer - White

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  • 7 inch Tablet
  • General Specifications: Screen Size: 7 inch, Panel: Digital TFT LCD, Resolution: 600 x 800 Pixel
  • Storage: Internal Memory: 1 GB, Card Reader: 2 in 1, Expandable Memory: SD/SDHC, MMC/MMC+ upto 32 GB
  • Connections: WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n, USB Port: 1 mini-USB 2.0, Headphone jack: 1 stereo mini headphone jack
  • Power: Built-in rechargeable Li-ion Battery (AC adaptor included)
The PanImage Multimedia tablet changes the way you access the web, access email, check social networks and curl up with a good book. With instant access to the Barnes and Noble PanImage Color Multimedia Tablet lets you read and carry hundreds of books, magazines, and newspapers with you wherever you go.

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List Price: $ 299.99 Price: $ 89.95

KitchenAid KSB560MC 5-Speed Blender with Polycarbonate Jar, Metallic Chrome

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  • 5-speed blender offers .9 HP motor and Intelli-Speed electronic controls
  • Die-cast metal base; steel-reinforced coupler; 1-piece stainless-steel blade
  • Dishwasher-safe shatter-resistant pitcher with 56-ounce capacity; soft-grip handle
  • Automatic "crush ice" button; Clean Touch control pad; cord storage for tidy countertops
  • Measures 7-1/4 by 9 by 15-1/5 inches; 1-year hassle-free replacement warranty
KitchenAid Blenders combine outstanding performance, durability and an easy to clean design to perform everyday kitchen tasks from making smoothies to pureeing vegetables for soup, to crushing ice and making pesto. This blender features a 56 oz shatter-resistant blend & serve pitcher. Its soft grip handle is comfortable and the jar's lighter weight allows for anyone to use, including kids. One piece dishwasher safe pitcher with Stainless Steel one-piece blade eliminates food traps and any need to disassemble. Clean Touch control pad wipes clean in an instant. Unique pitcher design and patented blade system combine with .9 HP motor and Intelli-Speed electronic controls for fast, consistent blending. Includes 1 Year Hassle Free Replacement warranty through KitchenAid.

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List Price: $ 149.99 Price: $ 79.99

Compaq IPAQ CP-2W Wireless Firewall Router w/ 4 -10/100 Switch Connection Point (unit only - no AC adapter) - Refurbished - 253195-001

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Sennheiser PXC 250 Active Noise Canceling Headphones

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  • Active noise canceling for cutting out up to 25 dB of ambient noise
  • Fold-and-flip design allows for compact storage
  • Padded, closed earcups and adjustable headband
  • 6-foot, Kevlar-reinforced cord
  • Frequency response of 10 Hz - 21 kHz
With all the latest advances in digital music and sound fidelity, should you be using those headphones that came with your portable MP3 or CD player? Here's a way to get the best possible sound - The Sennheiser Way. The Sennheiser PXC 250 is a closed, dynamic, supra-aural mini stereo headphone with NoiseGard active noise compensation (requires 2 AAA batteries). Due to their active and passive attenuation of ambient noise, they let you enjoy music even in noisy environments. The headphones are foldable and come with a convenient belt pouch, making them an ideal travel companion.Amazon.com Product Description Portable audio takes on fresh life with quality headphones, and Sennheiser's folding, lightweight, closed-ear PXC 250 is designed to keep outside noises out and headphone sound in--perfect for use in busses and libraries alike.
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Increase the peace! The PXC 250 features a noise reduction unit
that cancels out background noise.

When engaged, NoiseGard active noise reduction drops steady-state low-frequency noise (from about 500 Hz and below) by 15 dB--which the human ear perceives as more than halving the noise--thus enhancing the clarity of your music. The noise reduction circuit requires 2 AAA batteries (not included), but the headphones work fine without the circuit engaged.

Sennheiser's fold and flip design lets you turn the ear pieces 90 degrees and fold the headphones closed. Their ported design lets them move more air for greater bass response.

What's in The Box
6-foot Kevlar-reinforced cord, .25-inch stereo adapter, airline adapter, belt pouch.

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7 comments to HP Computer Refurbished: ServerMonkey Earns e-Stewards Enterprise Designation

  • jdh4321
    1,305 of 1,328 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The first thing you need to understand is: THIS IS NOT AN IPAD!!!, August 17, 2011
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    jdh4321

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    This review is from: PanDigital 72-70FW 7-Inch Tablet Computer – White (Personal Computers)

    …. It’s also NOT a Galaxy Tab or any of the numorous other high dollar high end tabs out there.

    That being said, lets talk about what it is. A VERY inexpensive, very cool android table and book reader.

    I have the white version, it came boxed nicely with everything I needed to get started. It doesnt have access to google’s android market but it comes with a market if its own and I found there were PLENTY of places to get free apps all over the internet.

    I found the screen to be fairly responsive, however not as fast as MY Ipad. Thats right folks I have an iPad. I wanted something i could throw in the car or read on the boat or drop accidently without worrying about losing it somehow some way. My ipad cost $700 bones new and I found I really didnt like to take it with me anywhere that it might get damaged.

    This unit is not as fast as other extreamly more expensive units out in the world but it really, most definatley, does the job. Convert your vidoes to MP4 and watch movies or wait a bit, VLC is coming with an app that will let you play ANY movie file.

    Music player is great, speakers are ok but headphones are better. You can reach out on your home network and access files with this unit (something you CANT do with a MAC) you can also expand its memory both internal and exlernal rather simply.

    Screen is bright, controls are responsive and the Open Android software that came on it seems pretty stable.

    THINK about what you want out of your tablet.

    I wanted something a little more compact that I could just throw in the car with me and go. Inexpensive and usefull. This filled the bill and is a steal at this price.

    I was surprised to find it on Amazon and certainly at such a reasonable price.

    If you want superfast processing and the APP store (Both android or Apple) then your going to have to buy something more expensive.

    I found this Tab reliable easy to use and still able to get every APP on it I wanted without having to ROOT it or Hack it.

    It’s a great first Tab or for the person who doesn’t need all the bells and whisltes of an Ipad.

    I hope this helps!!

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  • Laurie
    331 of 339 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product, June 30, 2011
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    Laurie (Indiana, USA) –

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    This review is from: PanDigital 72-70FW 7-Inch Tablet Computer – White (Personal Computers)

    I bought this as a birthday present for my mom. She enjoys surfing the web right before bedtime and had been using her ipod touch, but the screen is soooo little it’s hard for her to see anything. She is also disabled and there are days that she is in bed or on the couch all day unable to move. I wanted her to have something larger that was a multi-tasker that was easy to use. SHE LOVES THIS TABLET!! It has taken her a few days to get the hang of it, and she says she still hasn’t discovered all of the bells and whistles, but it lets her surf the web without having to sit at a desk where the computer is. It’s also an ereader and the built in Barnes and Noble app is awesome and very easy to use. It also comes with a couple of games (one of them is solitaire, she was thrilled :) )But she has already downloaded a few more from the app store. In my opinion, it is totally worth the cost and I am just thankful to see her so happy.

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  • Band Dad
    582 of 591 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Search for the holy blender…, July 31, 2006
    By 
    Band Dad (Orlando, FL) –

    This review is from: KitchenAid KSB560MC 5-Speed Blender with Polycarbonate Jar, Metallic Chrome (Kitchen)

    I have been looking for a blender for a few weeks now. We have started making smoothies at home and burned up our old one. Our girls like the “Chocolate Elvis” recipe from the local smoothie place which contains peanutbutter, bananas, yogurt, ice, and milk. I guess this is really hard on blenders. I bought one at Target 2 weeks ago that had “700 watts peak power” on the box. It died in 2 days. The power spec on the bottom of the blender said 450 watts. I think that is false advertisement. I have seen this on 2 different blenders now.

    I have been leery of buying any blender with the little plastic teeth couplers because of all the bad reviews here on Amazon. I also wanted to stay away from anything with only 450 watts.

    I was in another store and saw this blender. It has a new design for where the blades couple with the motor. “Commercial quality couplers with 12 interlocking teeth….coated for quiet operation”.

    We have had it for a few days now and have made some pretty thick smoothies. So far, so good. No burning smell like the one that was immediately apparent with the Target blender. My youngest daughter complanied that her smoothie was “too smooth”. I guess she got used to the chunks of ice that our past blenders have left.

    Kitchenaid doesn’t seem to advertise the actual power specs on their blenders. On the bottom of this one it says that it draws 6 amps. Which is about 720 watts or about 0.9 horsepower.

    My only complaint so far is the soft start feature. The blade starts at a slower speed then quickly increases to the speed you chose. This process still throws everything up into the lid, which is what it should prevent. It works fine though as long as you have the lid on. It also works if you start with the slowest speed and work your way up.

    Overall this blender seems to be well made and pretty well thought out. The cord storage on the bottom is a great feature. It has much bigger feet than the previous model. So far, I would highly recommend this blender for the person looking for a good blender in the under $200 range.

    Added comments:
    It is a year and about 300 smoothies later and we still have this blender. I would highly recommend it!!

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  • Robert Derenthal "bucherwurm"
    299 of 302 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    They Redesigned The Container (carafe)!!!, May 25, 2008
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    Robert Derenthal “bucherwurm” (California United States) –
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    We bought this Kitchenaid blender over a year ago, and after several months the container started to leak. The leak was small, and we put up with it for awhile. We finally got tired of the mess, however, and called the factory. We were told that the container had been redesigned, and they would send us a new one immediately even though our warranty had expired. When we got the new one we could see that it had indeed been redesigned, and have used it for some time now, and NO LEAKS. A leak proof container plus the other great features of this blender now warrant a definite five stars.

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  • Christopher Forbes "weirdears"
    1,052 of 1,059 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    An Oasis of Tranquility Amid the Noise of the City, November 4, 2003
    By 
    Christopher Forbes “weirdears” (Brooklyn,, NY) –
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    This review is from: Sennheiser PXC 250 Active Noise Canceling Headphones (Electronics)

    I am looking forward with dread to four months of apartment renovations starting soon and I was looking for ways to keep my sanity during all the racket and mayhem. The idea of Noise Canceling headphones seemed just the ticket to help me keep from losing my mind.

    I tried the Bose, the Sony, and the Sennheiser in a comparative listening bout. Overall, I liked the Bose a little better than the Sennheiser, but not enough to justify the increased price. Both blew away the Sony, which just doesn’t sound that good and conducts too much movement noise up into the headphones. The Sennheiser are closed ear headphones, very lightweight and comfortable to wear unless you are exercising, where they tend to get a bit too hot. The snug fit of the earphones helps block out sound, even without the noise-canceling feature. But with the feature the amount of noise that is reduced or effectively canceled is remarkable. Most of the daily rumble of Manhattan is removed from your listening experience, though louder and sharper sounds still can be heard. The actual sound in the headphones is excellent, very clear, with a focused treble and a distortion free bass response. I tested the phones using a variety of music, orchestral, jazz, rock, and organ music. For my money, organ is the most difficult of instruments for headphones, as the rich bass frequencies almost always lead to distortion. Happily, the Sennsheimer phones were able to reproduce the massive sounds of Messiaen without mishap!

    As a final test I took my headphones on a street run last night. I picked out the quietest CD that I have, Morton Feldman’s Rothko Chapel, which never really gets above a whisper. Walking through Lincoln Center, which was crowded with concertgoers, I barely heard a thing. Walking down the street, there was an eerie sense of calm. I could hear car horns, and some other ambient noise, which I was glad of, since it could be dangerous otherwise, but the quiet and clarity of the Feldman was remarkable. The final test was a Subway ride. While I can’t say that the Subway ride was noise free, the headphones did a wonderful job of blocking all but the loudest noises. I didn’t even miss notes when the express train rumbled through my station.

    The design is a bit of a negative. As has been said, the battery pack is a bit bulky, though not so much as to really bother me. And the headphones do fold up nicely, making them a good compact option for travel. But the wires tangle easily, unlike the Bose. Hopefully, in future models, Sennheiser will find a way to improve this feature.

    Overall, I am extremely pleased with the performance of this product, and at the price point, it can’t be beat.

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  • Jason Sekula
    542 of 548 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Travel headphones, April 12, 2004
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    Jason Sekula (Arlington, TX USA) –
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    This review is from: Sennheiser PXC 250 Active Noise Canceling Headphones (Electronics)

    After many hours of online researching and trips to Ultimate Electronics, Circuit City, and a few other electronic stores I decided on this pair. Online customer reviews aside, I highly recommend a visit to the music store, electronics store, wherever. If you are going to spend a hundred dollars on anything try it out first. There is a huge diversity out there in ear cup size, sound, and build quality. I personally was looking for a good set of headphones that I could use on a plane. These more than exceeded my expectations for that purpose. If you are looking for a set to use in the office at your desk, these are not for you. You can get a better set at half the price. I’d recommend something with closed cups and passive noise reduction if your office is noisy. Most active cancellers don’t help with this problem. The same holds true for most other noisy environments. These actually work best with low frequency noise, i.e. the plane. I also tried them in our computer room which has blowers and stacks of servers humming along. They actually seem to reduce the noise there by approx 50-65%. I had a few coworkers try them out here to see what they felt and they agreed that they were excellent noise reducers. On the plane and with my personal dvd player I normally played the volume between 5 and 6. I watched several movies and the sound effects and speech were heard easily and clear. Before I had a 10$ set that you inserted into your ear. I had to play the same player at 10 and had a difficult time hearing some parts of the dialogue. With the Sennheisers I am able to comfortably wear them for hours at a time on the plane. The noise attenuation works so well you grow accustomed to it. After wearing these a few hours I took them off and couldn’t believe the difference.
    Pros
    Great low frequency noise reduction
    Very comfortable, light on the ears and top of the head. They don’t pinch like a lot of others, or get hot
    Sound quality above average
    Cool carrying case

    Cons
    Noise circuit wand can be an irritant, depends what you are doing. On the plane I didn’t have any issues.
    100$ or more, they are kind of expensive and lack hard bass. For a hundred bucks I’d like it to do everything, which I guess is unrealistic.

    5 Stars, buy if you intend to use for travel

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  • T. Bradley "tbradley_tx"
    289 of 297 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Middle of the line, August 31, 2003
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    T. Bradley “tbradley_tx” (Texas, USA) –
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    This review is from: Sennheiser PXC 250 Active Noise Canceling Headphones (Electronics)

    I bought these Sennheiser’s after reading a recent CNET review that rated them “best” in this price range at both noise cancelation and overall sound quality. I have now tried them both in my office area and also on a very long flight to Europe. Overall, I have been pleased with the sound quality – but only when the “noise cancel” mode is ON. If it is not ON then the bass is very much lacking. I also had a chance to do a direct compare of these Sennheisers to the original Bose version while on my flight. The Bose win hands down. No contest. Even with the Bose’s noise cancel feature OFF the Bose cut out more noise than the Sennheiser’s do while ON. I also compared them to a friend’s set of Aiwa noise cancel headphones – the Awia’s were also better at noise canceling than these Sennheisers but not as comfortable to wear on my head.
    On a positive note, I will say that I could sleep with the Sennheiser’s on my head where it was a bit difficult to do this the Bose version on my head due to the bulky nature of the Bose. The Sennheiser’s also fold up nicely and fit into the carrying bag quite easily with minimal over all space in my carry on bag.
    To summarize: If you want the best of breed noise canceling headphones keep looking and comparing with the Bose. If you want some decent headphones that cut maybe 1/4 – 1/3 noise, take up little space in your bag, and are reasonable comfortable then these Sennheiser’s will do.

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