Another gold and counting for Dell's green tech effort

Speaking of gold medals, Dell is trumpeting the fact today that its Studio Hybrid has just been granted Gold status within the EPEAT program, the first consumer desktop to snag this distinction. EPEAT stands for Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool, and the program provides a terrific ranking of where desktops, monitors, notebooks and integrated systems stand from a green tech standpoint.

Speaking of gold medals, Dell is trumpeting the fact today that its Studio Hybrid has just been granted Gold status within the EPEAT program, the first consumer desktop to snag this distinction. EPEAT stands for Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool, and the program provides a terrific ranking of where desktops, monitors, notebooks and integrated systems stand from a green tech standpoint.

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Some stats on the Studio Hybrid, which starts at around $500 in a base configuration: - It's about 80 percent smaller than most tower desktops and consumes up to 70 percent less power - It uses an 87 percent efficient power supply - Dell offers a free recycling service when you're done with it

Here's the product spec page.

Here's the tale of the tape on the Studio Hybrid.

Probably not all that useful for you corporate buyers, but excellent timing from a back-to-school standpoint.

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