UK computer recycler teams up with Danish IT firm to launch 'carbon neutral laptop'

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Circular Computing claims its remanufactured laptops are carbon neutral

Circular Computing's recycled ex-lease laptops to be sold in Denmark through collaboration with Elitecom

UK-based Circular Computing has teamed up with Danish IT firm Elitecom to launch what they claim will be the "world's first carbon neutral laptops". Circular Computing's business model sees it take...

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