Dell Stops Shipping Energy-Hungry Gaming PCs in six US States

Some of the powerful gaming PCs of Dell do not meet the new standards of energy efficiency. Gaming PC made by Dell Alienware Aurora R10 and R12 are energy-hungry gaming PCs. Due to this reason, Dell has stopped shipping these powerful gaming PCs in six US states.

The components of these powerful gaming PCs are consuming extra electricity compare to an average gaming PC. According to a California report in the US most populist states, up to 2.9 % of electricity is consumed by gaming PCs and monitors.

The New standard of energy efficiency for gaming PCs was imposed on 1st July and these new standards will help lower electricity bills for using computers.

Due to these regulations, Dell stops shipping their energy hunger products in six US states Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington State.

PC more Dell Ensure that they will have some new products that will meet the new energy efficiency standard. The new energy standard wrote by the California energy commission, did not immediately respond to the request for comment.

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