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domotic: any 220V power swtiches managed by PC (WiFi, USB, bluetooth or Ethernet)?

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For domotic purpose, I'm searching for a 220V european (Italian) power switches to turn on and off my TVs, manageable from my PC (via (WiFi, USB, bluetooth or Ethernet).
Is there a low cost (<100€) solution?
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It is more like 50€ per socket/switch...
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Energenie do some USB or LAN controlled power strips for around £40-50.

I have a ENER011 unit and it's great...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Energenie-ENER011-Power-Management-System/dp/B0050HLGP6
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