a new television ad
here in the US earlier tonight. It touts the MacBook's low power consumption, recyclable enclosure and lack of some of the toxins present in other computers.
Greenpeace has been pressuring Apple
to adopt more environmentally-friendly production methods and materials over the last couple of years, and last month
to Apple's efforts to go green.
Additionally, Apple has
posted a page
to their website describing not only their efforts toward environmental responsibility with the MacBook, but their overall efforts as a company. At the risk of sounding like a tree-hugging hippie, let me say, well done Apple!
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Maximum battery life
Up to 10 hours
0.52 x 11.04 x 7.74 in
MacBook Pro 15-inch with Retina Display (mid 2014)