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All HP PCs and monitors ship with energy savings settings enabled. A single PC with enabled power settings saves enough energy to power a 75W light bulb continuously for over a year.
For every 12 consumers who keep the energy saving power settings enabled on their monitors and PCs, CO
emissions will be avoided, equivalent to removing one automobile from the road.
can save about $220 dollars in electricity bills over its lifetime.
ENERGY STAR® estimates that power management can save up to $75 per desktop computer and monitor each year.
An ENERGY STAR® - qualified PC uses 75% less electricity than PCs without enabled power management features.
Dynamic Smart Cooling
system is designed to deliver 20-45% savings in energy costs for data centers.
HP has developed a notebook that breaks the 24-hour battery-life barrier for continuous operation, an unprecedented milestone in the industry. Learn more about the new
HP EliteBook 6930p
HP promotes supply chain transparency by extending its emissions reporting to product transportation as well as HP's supply chain.
HP is first to market in 2009 with the first
All-in-One Touch-enabled desktop
, which uses 55% less metal and 37% less plastic than standard PCs and monitors.
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