While the green current is still in fashion, manufacturing companies have to do their best and combine advanced technologies with sustainable materials, to capture the attention of potential buyers.
These days, it appears easy to base the production of high-tech devices on sustainable materials, mostly due to their cost-efficiency.
CES 2012 is considered a man-made heaven by most of the eco-conscious attendees, since some of the showcased items display high energy-efficiency standards, or an earth-friendly design incorporating unconventional materials.
is under the spotlight due to its creative line of bamboo
products, with an extremely low carbon footprint.
The company offers most of the things we need and use on a daily basis: from wooden keyboards, priced at $69.95 (€54), the fabulous custom carved designer bamboo computer mouse, a calculator we would find useful at the office, a case for iPhone 4/4Scute and even a vintage radio that will most likely find its place in homes all across the US.
All in all, the company offers nine different products, part of its bamboo-based line that will definitely become a big hit among people who want to make a difference by shifting away from traditional appliances and selecting greener alternatives.
Some of the products are already out of stock, proving that many users are eager to redefine themselves as 'alternative consumers.'
Apparently, a company's trash is another one's treasure. Impecca makes no exception, since it gathers and reuses all the material discarded by enterprises from New York, cleans them properly, and gives them a new life as brand new, earth-friendly fabric used to design amazing gadgets, much more beautiful than their rivals due to their '100% natural biodegradable material
Apparently, the company is fully aware of the fact that a green mission is favoring its reputation as one of the most eco-conscious suppliers of various audio and video portable products.