Cash In Your Laptop Blog
Netbooks are, by their very nature, low power devices. But does that mean they’re better for the environment than larger computers? Maybe, maybe not.
Environmentally Friendly Ways For Recylcling Laptop Components. Disposing of old laptop computers is a complex process that is not always environmentally friendly. This article discusses how to safely recycle laptops and their parts.
Pakistan Considering a Ban on Import of Used Computers: Good Idea or Bad? Pakistan is set to impose a ban on the import of used computers into Pakistan. Reportedly, President Zardari has asked the Ministry of Information Technology to draft such a law and the Ministry has now sought public opinion on the matter.
Two million layoffs in 2009 mean a lot of laptops and electronics are likely gathering dust in corporate technology closets, adding to the headaches of embattled IT staffs. Chances are no one will use those computers again because new applications and technology on the market render them obsolete. That means IT solution providers can use the opportunity to help customers recycle those technology assets, recover residual value and apply that value to the price of a new technology solution.
Numerous metropolitan areas, cities as well as townships are now fascinated with PC recycling and also TV recycling strategies to guard the earth and avoid possible land pollution.
Most people want to get a new laptop every couple of years in order to keep up with the latest technology. It's not surprising because in the world of computers speed is king. If you yearn for one of the fastest laptop computers available you probably know that it's quite expensive.
For many people who rely on technology in their daily lives, the question of when to replace an aging laptop is a difficult one. The speed, available features, sizes, weights, and screen resolutions of laptops seem to be constantly-evolving, and while a new laptop is always a welcome addition to the home, it seems as though every time someone purchases a new laptop, their old one moves to the corner of the room to collect dust.
JARED SELTZER faced more than the usual megabyte headaches recently while shopping for a desktop computer for his office in Takoma Park, Md. As the information technology director of the Center for a New American Dream, a small environmental group, he wanted to buy a computer that would be relatively easy on the ecosystem.
A great blog article about how to recylce pcs, notebooks and other electronic components.