What you need to know
- Thirty HP displays earned the "Most Efficient of ENERGY STAR 2020" designation.
- The displays earned this by meeting energy performance levels set by the EPA.
- HP builds several displays with recycled plastics, including the HP EliteDisplay E273D, which is manufactured with ocean-bound plastics.
HP announced today that thirty of its displays earned the "Most Efficient of ENERGY STAR 2020" designation. To earn this designation, devices have to meet energy performance levels set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. HP's displays that meet these standards include the HP EliteDisplay S14 portable display, several professional monitors, and a wide range of consumer devices.
HP's President of Personal Systems, Alex Cho, states "Our commercial display line up is not only built from the ground up with sustainability in mind, but also created to ensure maximum productivity while at the office or working from home." He also adds, "From the world's first display manufactured with ocean bound platics - HP EliteDisplay E273D - to building energy efficient devices and accessories made with recycled plastic bottles, we are focused on creating beautiful and productive products that push sustainability boundaries."
Several devices from HP are made with recycled plastics, including the HP EliteDisplay E273D, which is manufactured with ocean-bound plastics.
This 27-inch monitor features thin bezels around the edges and an 8ms response time. It's also an ENERGY STAR certified monitor, meaning it meets energy-efficiency requirements.
This 14-inch USB-C secondary display is easy to take on the go. It has a wraparound easel cover, which allows it to stand up, and weighs only 1 kg.
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