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No lead in Dell's PC pencil

DellProof that the EU does get some things right: this is one of the first line of PCs made to comply with an impending law to make lead-free computers. The Dell Optiplex GX620 and 520s (right) are designed for business, but it appears anyone can buy one via Dell's UK website. They've both got a lead-free chassis, power supply and motherboard and come in 4 different but equally hideous black/silver boxes. For maximum green/hippy points, hold onto your existing PC instead or - if you must upgrade - get a secondhand one via eBay. Dell press release.

June 6, 2005 in Green gadgets | Permalink

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