Originally posted by markkleb
I think Smart power is a more effecient model and True Power is a little more performance oriented.
What does this mean?
Efficiency IS a measure of performance. As something gets more "efficient" at doing something (e.g. more "productivity output" vs cost), it's level of performance is said to be better.
And both lines provide units with varying output wattage I believe. As I said before, I think it's the standards which they adhere to. I'd verify it, but I am in rush..