Thursday, July 19, 2007

Green laptop blueprint from Popular ScienceThursday



This month's Popular Science magazine has a special feature on the future of the environment . Among the articles is a great piece on how to build a better laptop.
Here's a bit:
In 2009, worldwide laptop sales are expected to surpass desktop sales for the first time--reaching more than 150 million. Most people will keep a laptop for just three years or so before shelving it or tossing it onto a junk heap. Here's how designers plan to make this ubiquitous gadget more eco-friendly across its entire life span, from manufacture to recycling.
Read the full article here.
Posted by: Xanthe Matychak

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