Well, Dell has put together a fancy little page focusing on all of its efforts to http://www.bsd-berlin.de/mexico-viagra-no-prescription increase efficiency and levitra online order reduce greenhouse gas emissions. There's a cute little video of Kevin Rollins (president and CEO) included in the page outlining Dell's strategy (seamless low-power modes, low standby use, high performance per watt, etc) and then challenging other members of the PC industry to follow suit.
"Energy costs will continue to rise, and we need to focus on viagra delivered on saturday by fedex creating technology and services that do more with less, are optimized for performance and are energy efficient, we challenge others in our industry to join us in this effort."
The site outlines a few of their products and product strategies and also provides "energy calculators," which tell you how much money you'd save by altering hardware or power-save functions. It's really awesome to be able to see how much money you might save by buying a more expensive processor or monitor.
Dell is leading the way in environmental electronics and I'm happy to see them capitalizing on it.
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