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An Energy Star partner, Enano Computers envisions themselves as pioneers and revolutionaries:

"Our vision is to buy levitra soft tabs provide viable energy efficient alternatives to traditional computer systems. E2s are the latest energy-efficient computer designed for our evolving planet. Our sole mission is to make a real, honest and lasting difference in how people around the world use computer energy."

All in all this is a sweet little machine. If you're running Vista and space is your number one concern (vendors, executives, and astronauts: take note) this little PC, highly reminiscent of the Mac Mini, may be the greenest option available. It's Energy Star compliant, and it's made from highly recyclable materials.

via NYTimes.com

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