Computing Giants Going Green
Intel, Google, Microsoft, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft and Dell have joined the World Wildlife Fund and the US Environmental Protection Agency to launch the "Climate Savers Computing Initiative."
The initiative asks consumers and businesses to purchase new, energy efficient computers equipped with new technology and power-saving software.
According to the EPA's new guidelines, computer PSUs will be required to be at least 80% more efficient by 2007 and 90% efficient by 2010.
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