As the world turns greener by the day, manufacturers are trying to switch to eco-friendly and energy efficient products. Among the major players in this crossover are computer manufacturers. Many people don't think to unplug their computers and many times don't even turn them off once they are done. This has led to some innovative and very energy efficient desktops and laptops:
Lenovo Notebook: The ThinkPad X300 looks at portability with a user-friendly outlook. It is designed for the professional who needs maximum portability. The product is ultra lightweight. The usability is equal to any other laptop and Intel's latest Core 2 Duo technology supports the full function of the new LENOVO THINKPAD X300 SL7100 2X2GB 64GB - EPEAT Gold.
Asus Laptop: ASUS is a familiar name in the laptop industry and the F50SV-X2AM is a functional model, yet beautiful to the core! The innovative infusion technology makes these laptops different from other brands. The protective film over the exterior of the notebook helps prevent scratches. It also has a 16:9 HD Panel, which allows for high contrast rate and color saturation.
Dell Hybrid Desktop: The Dell Studio Hybrid Computer features interchangeable colors and sleeves. It also has a very compact design that allows it to fit in virtually any location. It has Intel mobile technology within it, and also features a slot load DVD and HDMI (rather than the traditional door that opens horizontally) and offers optional Blu-Ray capability. It is a powerful computer, too, but without the expense on the environment.
Buying a computer can be a fun and exciting experience. What is even greater is when it can be eco-friendly as well.
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