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That' why MacBook Air is energy-efficient and free of many toxic substances. The MacBook Air is engineered to be energysaving right out of the box. What's more, it's energy-efficient. It has even received the EPA's EERGY STAR certification for its low current use. Streamlined electrical system. The MacBook Air has a high-efficiency AC adapter that cuts down on your computer's electrical footprint when you bring electrical current from the walls.
Reduced electricity usage lowers the cost of electricity and lowers the carbon footprint of green house-gas emitted by electricity generation facilities. Extended energetic control. In contrast to many Windows-based personal computer platforms, MacBook Air uses energy-efficient computing devices that work side-by-side with the OS to save battery life. In fact, it even adjusts the CPU between strokes, thus decreasing the performance between the characters you enter.
The ENERGY STAR qualifications. The MacBook Air complies with the EPA's strict energy low energy standards in its ENERGY STAR 5.2 certification. The ENERGY STAR 5.2 system imposes significantly higher efficiencies on utilities and harsh limitations on the computer's average electricity use. It' s what MacBook Air doesn't have, what makes it greener.
It is free of many toxic substances such as quicksilver, as well as corrosive substances such as a rsenic, bisphenol, BFRs and PVC. Today, the greatest ecological challenges for the computer industy are the existence of ageing agents such as arisen metals, bromium bromide fire protection agents (BFRs), quicksilver, Phthalate and Polyvinylchloride (PVC) in our foodstuff. MacBook Air is made of aluminium, so it's more likely to be recyclable and re-used at the end of its long, prolific lifespan.