ZOTAC Goes Green at CeBIT 2009

ZOTAC Goes Green at CeBIT 2009
See new low-power ZOTAC components and demo systems at CeBit 2009

HONG KONG – Feb. 11, 2009 – ZOTAC International, an award-winning manufacturer of graphics cards and motherboards, invites attendees of the 2009 CeBit show in Hannover, Germany to visit the ZOTAC booth and think green. ZOTAC will have eco-friendly demonstration systems with low-power consumption that deliver competitive performance at the ZOTAC booth.

“It’s time to think green and do as much as we can to preserve the environment. With new low-power ZOTAC components, building a green PC is easier than ever and you can go green without sacrificing performance,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International. “All current ZOTAC products are also manufactured to green standards, with RoHS compliance and lead-free solder,” Mr. Berger added.



ZOTAC will also have new graphics cards and motherboards on display, including new green low-power models, unique high-performance models and mini-ITX platforms.

It’s time to think green at the ZOTAC booth during CeBit 2009, March 3-8, 2009, in Hall 20 at booth D12.

Note: Going green seems to be the hot trend among companies, not just tech ones.  Reality does not always match their claims, however, as there are no absolute standards for what constitutes carbon neutrality, for example.
Via:  Zotac
Tags:  Zotac, environment
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