Last December, Dell announced Concept Luna, a new initiative to create sustainable and easy-to-repair PCs. And while the concept was just that, a concept, today Dell shared more details on the project’s evolution and how it can disassemble a laptop in a matter of minutes before recycling parts.
The initial concept was unique, aiming to build a PC or laptop with no glue, fewer solder points, or even screws to make a device that’s long-lived, easy to fix, and even easier to take apart and recycle as necessary. The goal is sustainable devices, materials, and recycling.
A big part of the project is to harvest individual components of a device rather than just discarding or throwing away old and used electronics. Pulling individual parts that still have a shelf-life and giving them a second or third life will go a long way in the battle against e-waste.
Over the past year, Dell’s Experience Innovation Group of engineers has worked tirelessly on the project and refined Concept Luna’s modular design. Today, Dell confirmed it completely eliminated the need for adhesives or…
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