Tag: Dell Technologies

Sustainable upgrade: Dell ups renewable content in laptops

Sustainable upgrade: Dell ups renewable content in laptops

April 11, 2022 |

In Texas, Dell Technologies has incorporated biobased rubber from castor beans and other renewable materials into its best-selling Latitude 5000 series laptops.  The laptop lid is made from recyclable and renewable materials including tree-based bioplastic upcycled from the paper making industry, reclaimed carbon fiber and post-consumer recycled plastic. The base of the Lattitude 5000 is […]

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Dell explores dissolvable circuit boards in laptops 

Dell explores dissolvable circuit boards in laptops 

March 21, 2022 |

In Texas, Dell Technologies has launched a prototype laptop featuring biobased components as it looks to increase product content and packaging from recycled or renewable materials as one lever for cutting emissions in half by 2030.  The prototype is part of Concept Luna, a “parallel innovation workstream” with Intel aimed at accelerating circular design in […]

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Dell introduces laptops with biobased materials

Dell introduces laptops with biobased materials

May 31, 2021 |

In India, Dell Technologies is using biobased materials in the casings for its Precision and Latitude series of laptops.  The Precision 3560 and Latitude 5320 are the first in Dell’s portfolio to use bioplastic from tree waste. Specifically, the material is made from tall oil, a papermaking byproduct and makes up the machines’ device lids. […]

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