|Amazon.com Announces Next Phase of Frustration-Free Packaging: Customers and Leading Electronics Manufacturers Join the Fight Against Wrap Rage|
Amazon has also introduced the next phase of its Frustration-Free
Packaging initiative, and offers dozens of top-selling items from
leading electronics manufacturers
“Kingston strives to be as eco-friendly as possible and we’re proud to
be a part of Amazon’s Frustration-Free Packaging efforts," said
Monster’s first products launched in Amazon’s Frustration-Free Packaging include “Digital Life Green Power Centers,” which are designed to shut off peripherals and accessories when the computer goes into standby mode. The packages are free of hard plastic clamshells and the products ship in their own cardboard boxes, which eliminates the need for an additional box for delivery to customers.
Amazon introduced Frustration-Free Packaging in
Monster is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2009. The company was founded by Head Monster Noel Lee with a commitment to creating products under the Monster Cable® brand to literally "make music sound better." Today, Monster has grown and diversified to become the world's leading manufacturer of connectivity solutions for high-performance audio, video, car audio, computer, console and computer gaming, as well as a leading innovator in the field of iPod® and iPhone™ accessories and professional audio and sound reinforcement. Additionally, under its Monster Power® brand, the company is the leading manufacturer of high-performance AC power line conditioning and protection products for audio/video systems. Explore the world of Monster at www.monstercable.com.
Amazon Web Services provides Amazon’s developer customers with access to in-the-cloud infrastructure services based on Amazon's own back-end technology platform, which developers can use to enable virtually any type of business. Examples of the services offered by Amazon Web Services are Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon SimpleDB, Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS), Amazon Flexible Payments Service (Amazon FPS), Amazon Mechanical Turk and Amazon CloudFront.
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