WAmazing technology gadgets have been launched, which have numbers of amazing features and have been designed friendly to the environment. Ranging from solar powered batteries, mobile phones and calculators to laptops, the new technology gadgets have become complete friendly to the environment.
Our available resources are getting shorter by new days and its great demand of the time to preserve limited natural resources and design the energy saving gadgets. We have one major problem to face, which is the shortfall of energy resources and high use of forests and disposable materials.
You will like the modular design of new Asus EcoBook touts with bamboo casing, picking your own hard drive and CPU and assemble it yourself. It had been a tragic fall last week but it was easy to swap out busted parts. Asus also tried to differentiate itself from the others by doing silly things like very sensible devices or gadgets, leather notebooks and now this time an EcoBook. Green is most definitely in and while LG is out crafting the environment friendly big screens, Asus is stretching the market with its new Eco friendly EcoBook.
Getting a bit of hands- on action, CNET was able to grab hold of Asus MacBook bamboo laptop to catch jungle fever, but had no idea what type of potency lies beneath the forest hood. Its case is covered in bamboo, which I think is a statement, but its real outlook is behind it. All of the plastic which has been used in it is labeled and recyclable, Asus has completely focused the environmental friendly features to add with this laptop and it has been lined with a cardboard.
There are no sprays or paints or even electroplating which has been with its components and laptop looks as it has been designed to be easily taken apart for self service and up gradation of its components easily. Of course, with such a conservative message, we fully expect a ridiculously long battery life and a ULV processor, and true road warriors should probably invest in a decent humidifier to carry along in your laptop bag.
It was noted that a good bit of thought went into the design, as the enclosure features interchangeable (and biodegradable) panels (pictured after the break), silver keyboard / track pad, and a nifty Power Gear performance button, and considering all the experience Asus has in coating portables with materials other than plastic, we’re sure the final product will be up to snuff whenever it decides to land.