We have heard about eco-friendly desktops that are bound to hit the market and no other than Hewlett Packard (HP) has broken the ice as far as going green and using energy-efficient branded desktops in the market. For HP, the Pavilion Verde are Energy Star certified and up to 45 percent more efficient than comparable PCs.
The Pavilion Verde a6645f desktop features an AMD Athlon X2 4850e dual-core processor, a 500 Gb hard drive, 5 GB of RAM, Nvidea GeForce 6150 SE graphics with 128 MB of video memory, a DVD SuperMulti drive with Lightscribe, a 15-in-1 media card reader, six USB 2.0 ports, two FireWire ports, and VGA output. The Pavilion Phoenix a6655f steps up a bit, offering the same basic set of ports and features with an AMD X4 9150e quad-core CPU and a 640 GB hard drive. Both editions ship with Windows Vista Home Edition 64-bit, and feature custom case artwork: the Verde sports a green nature-inspired pattern while the Phoenix case sports a design with the mythical phoenix bird.
The tag price for the Pavilion Verde is $579 to $659. It will be officially injected and made available in the market by November 9. So if you are looking for a new computer, apply that eco-friendliness as well. It can certainly make the difference when it comes to balancing energy costs and getting the latest desktops available in the market today.