HP has unveiled two upcoming energy-efficient desktop computers:
The HP Pavilion Verde Special Edition a6645f and HP Pavilion Phoenix Special Edition a6655f desktop PCs are ENERGY STAR® qualified and meet the standards for Silver registration in the Electronic Products Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT™). The special-edition desktop PCs are designed with AMD energy-efficient processors(1,2) and advanced power management features that provide up to 45 percent energy savings compared to PCs without power management enabled. In addition, they come in 100 percent recyclable packaging with less plastic foam.
“The Phoenix and Verde desktops represent HP’s ongoing efforts to innovate and design for the environment,” said John Cook, vice president, Marketing, Worldwide Consumer PC Business, HP. “HP is committed to offering consumers and businesses computing alternatives that can reduce energy consumption and lessen their overall eco-footprint.”
The special-edition desktop PCs offer up to five gigabytes (GB) of memory, Windows Vista® Home Premium 64-bit edition with Service Pack 1,(4) a front-panel 15-in-1 memory card reader for easily transferring photos and files to and from peripheral devices, and a SuperMulti DVD burner with LightScribe technology for etching custom labels and artwork directly onto discs.(5)
The HP Pavilion Phoenix Special Edition a6655f desktop PC includes an energy-efficient AMD Phenom™ X4 9150e Quad-Core Processor(1) and 640 GB hard drive(6) and features a stunning design symbolizing the mythical phoenix. The HP Pavilion Verde Special Edition a6645f desktop PC has a nature-inspired pattern on the chassis and includes an energy-efficient AMD Athlon™ X2 4850e Dual-Core Processor(2) and 500 GB hard drive.(6)
Left: HP Paviliion Phoenix Special Edition a6655f, right: HP Pavilion Verde Special Edition a6645f
The The HP Pavilion Verde Special Edition a6645f and Phoenix Special Edition a6655f will be available November 9 for $579 and $659, respectively.