HP rolls out energy-efficient PCs
HP on Monday released desktop PCs that will meet new energy ratings from the US Environmental Protection Agency.
The agency’s Energy Star 4.0 regulations, which go into effect on 20 July, 2007, require, among other things, that a PC’s power supply converts 80 percent of incoming electricity into usable computer power in order to be declared energy efficient.
Three new HP Compaq PCs can be configured to meet that goal, according to the company.
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