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Lenovo PCs to run on Solar power

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Lenovo and HP have decided to sell solar power adapters for some of there PC ranges.

Lenovo's ThinkCentre A61e can run on 45 watts and Lenovo has decided to resells Advanced Energy Group's Solar-PowerPAC II to go with it.

It costs $1,229 plus $98 for shipping and handling and there is another version for 230-V markets is only $499 with a third of the power capacity.

The solar powered adapters will be available early next year.

We wrote about the new 45 watt ThinkCentre A61e here, and you can find out more about the solar power deal here.

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