Good news for all the green Apple fans out there: The slick-looking new tablet device called the iPad carries some quality environmental credentials.
While the keynote is still going on, we managed to spy a shot that shows off the “Environmental Checklist” of the device. Staying true to Apple’s mission to make a “greener” computing device, the iPad is free of arsenic, mercury, BFR, and PVC. The checklist also states that the device is “highly recyclable” — so we imagine most of the chassis must be made of aluminum.
More updates to follow — but what do you think of the new device?