ASUS Goes Green at CeBIT

ASUS has gone green, showing new green technology and innovations at this year’s CeBIT. Manufacturing processes have been changed to be more conservative, and various products have been tweaked with to be more energy-efficient. More packaging of their items have become recyclable. Products they have revolutionized include their notebooks (made of bamboo, which is a remarkably renewable resource), their Eee PC 1005PE (which uses little energy and has a mercury-free LED-backlit panel), their EeeBox PC EB 1501, motherboards (ten million of which can reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 210,000 tons annually and also reduces radiation exposure), and Designo LED Monitors.

Perhaps in the future, more and more companies will follow suit, to revolutionize the world’s green technology in hopes of maintaining what resources we have.

ASUS Eee PC 1005PE-PU17 10.1 Netbook, Intel Atom N450, 1GB, 250GB HDD, 802.11n, Bluetooth, Webcam, Windows 7 Starter (Blue)ASUS Eee Box EB1501-W0167 Intel Atom N330(1.60GHz) Dual Core 2GB DDR2 NVIDIA ION graphics

[via ASUS]

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