The power supply on the three machines, when used in conjunction with other Energy Star 4.0 hardware, could shave off between $6 and $58 in power costs annually, HP said in a statement.
The company's new business PCs are geared toward companies and government agencies, where power consumption cost is multiplied by the hundreds or thousands of computers used in one organization.
The dc5700, which costs $800, and the dc7700, priced at $959, both include an Intel Core Duo processor, an 80GB hard drive, 1GB of memory, a DVD/CD-RW drive and Microsoft Windows XP Pro.
HP debuts energy-efficient PCs
Posted on Tuesday, Mar 13 2007 @ 11:11 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck