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tthomas48 writes "I currently have an old HP LaserJet that all the laptop users in my house share via a print server. It gets used at most once a day, so I'd really like to be able to power it down when not in use. In the data center world I work in we have plenty of options of power strips that can be controlled via telnet. Their price and size make them a bit unweildy for home use. Is anyone making a sub-$50 power strip that can be turned on and off remotely?"