HCL launches environment friendly laptops in India

Tuesday, 20 March 2007, 05:00 Hrs
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New Delhi: Leading computer maker HCL Infosystems Ltd. announced the introduction of an entire range of its environment friendly laptops in India.

These are not only eco-efficient but also comply with the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) directive.

"E-waste has been a subject of concern globally and nationally. HCL, as a socially responsible corporate citizen, has a comprehensive programme to ensure protection of environment, health and safety of all its stakeholders," George Paul, executive vice president of HCL Infosystems, said in a statement here.

"As part of the programme, we had initiated voluntary compliance to RoHS directives for all our products," he added.

The new laptops which start from 27,000 onwards are - HCL Leaptop Z and U Series based on Intel Core2 Duo processors, HCL Leaptop X and D Series based on Intel Centrino Duo technology, HCL Notebook K and P series based on Intel Pentium Dual Core and HCL Notebook S and L Series based on Intel Celeron processors.

HCL Infosystems is a part of the $3.9 billion HCL Enterprise, and it has partnerships with leading global players like Intel, AMD, Toshiba, Bull, Ericsson, Cisco, Microsoft, Nokia, Apple, Computer Associates, Casio, Symantec and Konica Minolta among others.
Source: IANS
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