Toshiba: Device longevity key to going green

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Technology correspondent, Jon Wilcox grows green fingers on Toshiba’s green strategy.

For many, saving the planet and ‘going green’ means lowing humanity’s love of fossil fuels; for others, it’s stopping rainforest deforestation, reducing carbon emissions, or the spread of desertification.  For global electronics giant Toshiba, a green strategy includes a multi-pronged attack on toxic material usage, increased quality leading to longer life-spans for its products, and a fresh take on PC energy management systems.  The plan, which now forms the backbone of the company’s PC range, was unveiled during a recent press launch for Toshiba’s three new models of Satellite notebooks, held in the Czech capital, Prague.

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