HCL launches environment friendly laptops in India
Mar 20, 2007 - 6:50:34 PM
New Delhi, March 20 - Leading computer maker HCL Infosystems Ltd. Tuesday 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 - 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 Rs.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.
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