How To Turn P Cs Green Without A Pile Of Greenbacks
A big trend in the personal-computer industry today is developing energy-efficient machines. By using less electricity, PCs that meet the Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star specifications can save money and, in theory, curb pollution. But replacing old computers and peripherals, such as printers and monitors, with "green PCs" can be costly.
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