Dell is showing off what may be one of the most mainstream, eco-friendly computers to date. It also looks really damm cool. It's called the Dell Studio Hybrid and it starts with a cost of around $500. You may have seen an early design concept of that featured before.
The Dell Studio Hybrid, available now, is about the size of a collegiate dictionary, according to Dell. It is also said to be the computer manufacturer's greenest PC to date. Highlights in this particular area include the aforementioned small form factor, making it around 80 percent smaller than standard desktops, packaging made from mostly recyclable materials and, most importantly, using reportedly 70 percent less power than a typical desktop. It is also said to meet Energy Star 4 requirements with a very efficient power supply.
The PC, which can be set in vertical or horizontal orientations, comes with a choice of interchangeable external finishes. This includes a bamboo look, which would go nicely with your new, eco-friendly SimpleTech [re]Drive.
Technical aspects of the Studio Hybrid can include, depending upon the configuration, an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, digital/analog TV tuner, HDMI port, Wi-Fi and a Blu-ray Disc drive. You also have access, as an option, to a Dell online backup service.
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