Fujitsu Siemens launches eco-friendly Scaleo PC Green Edition
Sadly, Fujitsu Siemens hasn’t opted to make its new eco-friendly computer ACTUALLY green, which would’ve been a neat design touch. So it’s a regular grey-box PC that won’t be causing you sleepless nights over whether to display it in the living room (clue: No).
But its appeal goes beyond mere looks. Apparently, the Green Edition Scaleo’s software has been developed to reduce its power consumption, while its internal citcuit board has been manufactured in an eco-friendly stylee to reduce the PC’s carbon footprint.
The PC goes on sale next month from £349. You want specs? Intel Pentium Dual Core processor, 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard disk, DVD writer, and an 11-in-1 card reader. Oh, and Windows Vista Home Premium.
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