The newest HP Dragonfly and Elite 1000 Series PCs contain 90% recycled magnesium in the enclosure case, 5% ocean-bound plastics in the speaker enclosure, and bio-circular content such as used cooking oil to help lower CO2 emissions.
All outer packing for the devices is 100% sustainably sourced, and are EPEAT Gold Registered in 23 countries, ENERGY STAR Certified, and TCO Certified.
Since 2019, HP has used more than a billion pounds of recycled materials. Further expanding on the world's most sustainable PC portfolio, the company is introducing new products and packaging at the forefront of enabling a more sustainable future.
Products designed for sustainability should be accessible to everyone, which is why HP is introducing highly innovative and unique products across its new consumer devices.
The HP 14 and 15.6 inch Laptop PCs are available with either Intel or AMD Processors, and their beautifully compact design is made from ocean-bound plastics, post-consumer recycled plastics, as well as recycled metals.
The HP 14 inch Laptop PC - Eco Edition takes sustainability to the next level, with up to 25% of the product leveraging post-consumer recycled plastics.
Bio-circular content such as used cooking oil was integrated in the bottom cover of the device and this device will also feature packaging that is 100% sustainably sourced and recyclable.
All of the new consumer notebooks are ENERGY STAR certified and EPEAT Silver Registered, with the Eco Edition version EPEAT Gold Registered.
The HP 24 and 27 inch All-In-One PCs also leverage unique materials to create the innovative frame, making these HP's most sustainable all-in-one offering yet.
This is the world's first PC with recycled coffee grounds, which are used as speckles in the finish of the PC.
More than 40% of this all-in-one's enclosure contains post-consumer recycled plastics, 75% recycled aluminum is used on the arm stand, and 100% reclaimed polyester is used on the stand base. The all-in-one is ENERGY STAR and EPEAT Gold Registered.
Its sustainability goes beyond the device itself: the 100% sustainably sourced and recyclable box packaging has been reduced in size by 62%, which allows up to 66% more units per pallet, reducing the CO2 footprint.