Friday, April 30, 2010

HP Compaq 8000f Elite Ultra-slim Desktop PC Review
At this point, just about every major PC maker has jumped on the green bandwagon in some way, but HP has been more aggressive than most in forging ahead with substantive environmental-responsibility plans. Those include initiatives to eliminate brominated flame retardants (BFRs) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from all of its new computing products by 2011. BFRs and PVCs, found in a wide assortment of electronics components, are compounds that have been associated with health and environmental problems. Eliminating their use from a supply chain that has multiple third-party sources is no easy feat, but that is exactly what HP has done with its new business-oriented HP Compaq 8000f Elite Ultra-slim Desktop PC. You'll pay a premium for this highly compact, smartly designed PC, however...