If you were glued to online coverage of Apple’s iPod event, you learned that the iPod Classic isn’t a goner, the Nano gets a camera and the Touch is improved in just about every conceivable way. Steve Jobs took the stage again, too! Nice, but I was watching for the environmental checklist, which revealed that all iPods, in addition to being very recyclable, are free of toxins commonly found in electronics like PVCs, mercury and brominated flame retardants (BFRs). How long until the rest of the electronics industry follows suit?
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