Atom is a personal computing ecosystem
that eliminates the need for processing upgrades, while enhancing flexibility.
Due to the fast advancement of technology, users usually buy a new computer every 2,5 years, which results in an absurd amount of valueless electronic waste being created in a short period of time.
Are popular for their modularity, the user can change single components depending on their need.
How might we make personal computers less environmentally impactful without losing its portability and ease of use?
This LifeCycle Analysis will study the environmental e social impacts of a 2006 Apple Powerbook G4. Which will include: the laptop and packaging. And will not include: the charger, headphones or any other accessory that shipped with it at the time.
Outsourcing the performance enables the system to keep up to date for an unlimited amount of time, the physical hardware is just a vessel for its cloud power.
This simple unit is composed of a
keyboard and trackpad unit that
works together with a screen, those
two can be magnetically attached
for easier transport.
Larger screens can be attached
to the system, working alongside
other peripherals on the same
This LifeCycle Analysis will study the environmental e social impacts of the Atom ecosystem. Which will include: the phone, 15 inch screen, keyboard, 24 inch screen and packaging. And will not include: Charger, or other peripherals.
An average computer is replaced
after 2.5 years of use due to
hardware upgrades. While an Atom
system does not have that problem.
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