Dell launched the new area with 'Latitude D630' which is the first globally available notebook computer to achieve gold status with the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT), a procurement system that helps purchasers in the public and private sectors evaluate, compare and select products based on environmental attributes.
They also announced today that its OptiPlex™ 740 and 745 Energy Smart mini-tower systems, two of the company’s most-demanded commercial desktop products, are EPEAT Gold listed. Dell already has shipped nearly 4 million OptiPlex 745 family systems, in contrast to a limited offering from a competitor.
"Dell is distinct in our industry in that we are integrating environmental standards into mainstream, high-volume global products. This enables our customers to achieve their own goals around performance, cost and environmental stewardship," said David Lear, director of environmental affairs for Dell.
“These products represent industry leadership and reflect our commitment to provide the best customer experience and help protect the environment we all share.” he added.
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