HP Pitches Green Printers, Samsung Green Hard Drives

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good to know about hard drives... not... hdds use so little power today it's almost inconsequential compared to everything else in use
 

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"Later this summer, HP plans to introduce this summer..."

I wonder if HP is doing anything this summer.

If Tom's is hiring copy editors (and at this rate, they need an entire editing department), I'd be willing to help out a bit.

Might I suggest two very important writing reference materials that the entire Tom's writing staff should read:

The Elements of Style
MLA Style Guide
 

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If it costs more to refill the printer with ink than it does to buy a new one, then the device will end up as landfill as soon as it's empty. This is probably not all that good for the environment. Printers that refuse to print because their internal computer says its time for a service also end up being dumped, as its cheaper to buy a new one than get it fixed. Companies serious about their products environmental impact might want to give them large ink tanks that are cheap to refill, and able to be easily serviced by user when it fills internally with ink.
 
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