HP demonstrates why Greenpeace dubbed the company "Hazardous Products"


Take a guess what’s in that shipping box from HP. A few notebooks? Maybe a large, multifunction printer. Or it could be a production quality CRT monitor. All those are possible because, well, the box is huge and it’s on a shipping pallet, but they are also all wrong. This is crazy.


That huge box contains an eff’n power cable, which gives Greenpeace more shit to throw at the company. After all, Greenpeace already cleverly calls HP, Hazardous Products because of the companies use of brominated flame retardants (BFRs) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastics. But this probably doesn’t help its image either.

Notebook Review via Gizmodo