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HP debuts energy-efficient PCs

Posted on Tuesday, March 13 2007 @ 11:11:22 CET by

HP has launched three HP Compaq computers which meet the new Energy Star 4.0 regulations:
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.

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