Thursday, February 7, 2008

Macbook Air ends the war between Apple and Greenpeace


Only a few months ago the relationship between Greenpeace and Apple was a frosty one. The leading environmental watchdog even commissioned a study that slammed the faddish iPhone for its high count of harmful PVC and BFRs.

But now the tune seems to be changing as Greenpeace washes away the bad blood with its positive reception of the eco-friendly MacBook Air laptop. According to Endgadget, here is what Greenpeace had to say about Apple's new notebook.

"The MacBook Air is a strong entry in the race to build a green PC. As a mercury and arsenic free laptop it exceeds European Standards (RoHS directive exemptions) and raises the bar for the rest of the industry."

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