Green computer components to be unveiled at CeBit
12 February 2009 — 5:00 PM
A number of new components are set to be unveiled that could lead to more eco-friendly mobile phones and computers.
Zotac International has announced its most recent motherboard technology is designed with the earth in mind and will be showcased at this year's CeBit international conference.
The event, which takes place between March 3rd and 8th this year, will see a number of industry specialists come together to display their latest technical innovations.
Commenting on his company's appearance, Zotac's marketing director Carsten Berger said the new systems are aimed at the environmentally-focused gadget or mobile broadband user - which could include those who recycle mobile phones.
"It's time to think green and do as much as we can to preserve the environment," he noted, adding: "You can go green without sacrificing performance."
Speakers at this year's CeBit event include representatives from companies such as Intel, MySpace, Yahoo!, Acer, AOL Europe, Skype and XING, among others.
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