Panasonic unveils 'green' phone range
7 April 2009 — 5:00 PM
Panasonic has revealed the details of its latest phones, including their environmental credentials.
As part of the company's Eco Ideas initiative, it has created the TG6411, 6421 and 8421 handsets to a strict manufacturing standards that make them 60 per cent more efficient when in standby mode.
In addition, the range adheres to the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive guidelines in that they are made using no chemicals.
"Panasonic plans to provide an increasing number of energy-efficient products and is accelerating the development of energy saving technologies," the company said.
The devices are available for use around the home and with such eco-friendly credentials may be of interest to those recycling mobile phones for cash.
Panasonic's range of mobile phones includes the ebgd75, ebx70, ebg60 and ebgd35, among others. The company also recently unveiled a new portable computing system for use by healthcare specialists.
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