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EPSI Computers to popularise green computing

The green computing concept aimed at protecting the environment is to be introduced in Sri Lanka in a big way. EPSI Computers (Pvt.) Ltd, founded in 1992, has stepped into popularize this concept in the rapidly growing Sri Lankan IT industry bringing the latest array of highly advanced IT equipment to the market.

Sankha Jayaratne, Group Product Manager Epsi Computers told The SundayTimes FT, that the company is providing Sri Lankans with state-of-the-art innovations in technological products designed to protect environment. EPSI Computers, authorized distributors for ASUS in Sri Lanka, will introduce the Eco friendly ASUS Bamboo notebook in the island soon.

He added that ASUS, a leading company in the new digital era, has brought forth a new concept line that focuses on alternative material design aimed at helping save the earth. ASUS is committed to green computing, and this new lineup of concept products serves to keep users in touch with the future of environmentally friendly technology.

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