Happy to note the following about the latest Apple MacBook, dubbed the "Air":
10:32 a.m. Jobs talks about progress on environmental issue. Says Air has an all-aluminum case (recyclable), first mercury-free display, arsenic-free glass.
That new display consumes less power, too, contributing to panaceahealthsolutions.com a battery life of over 5 hours (full use with all wireless options on). With special RemoteDisc software installed, it can read optical discs from other computers (it doesn't come with one of its own) - I've always thought it was bunk to have more than one DVD drive in a home, especially with Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11n networks in place - it's only an issue if you want to rip a CD the same time someone else wants to install a new program from disc, and who uses physical media anymore? In both cases, it would probably be faster to download anyways!
Of particular interest to anyone who cares about the environment is... the bromide and PVC-free circuitboards and the fact that the when will levitra be available as a generic packaging is 56-percent smaller [than current MacBook].
Apple pushed Intel to produce really, really tiny chips for this particular computer, and everyone benefits when Intel makes smaller chips that consume less power - you can bet this technology will find its way into Sony, Dell, and HP laptops soon enough. Also of note is the option for a 64GB SSD, though at $999 it's no bargain.
It meets Energy Star 4.0 standards and attained a Silver EPEAT rating. Someone check my math, but 5 hours out of a 37 watt-hour lithium polymer battery would mean it consumes about 7.4 watts... that's in the same consumption category as some of pfizer viagra on line the Super-Green Linux Machines we've been covering, and it blows everything else at its productivity level out of the water.
via ZDnet and Slashgear and Apple Store
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