Macbook AIR: 1st Eco-ish laptop!

Via on May 29, 2008

MacBook Air

The MacBook Air has a fully recyclable aluminum case, is “the first” to have a mercury-free display, the glass on the screen is arsenic-free and all circuit boards are BFR-free and PVC-free. Also, the retail packaging uses 56% less material than regular MacBook packaging. 

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5 Responses to “Macbook AIR: 1st Eco-ish laptop!”

  1. […] outta your outlet. Still, no mention of whether it includes all those toxic chemicals that the Air left behind. Via […]

  2. […] (and of course one of the founders, well before that)—announced he’s okay today…and Apple stock rose 4%, showing the weight of this one man within his […]

  3. […] at modest discount for me on the first day that it’s available, and thanks to Apple itself for caring enough to green-up its line—getting rid of mercury, PVC and other bad stuff […]

  4. […] of the industry in getting eco-responsible. We’ve covered their efforts from time to time, time and time […]

  5. models that use Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors, which are a significant step up from the Core 2 Duo processors used in current MacBook Airs.

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