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[* black] It was a slow and tedious process, but a big sigh of relief as we have removed the battery,battery — sans puncture.
[* black] Recently the [http://www.epeat.net/|EPEAT] decided to give Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display a gold rating. This decision was met with much [http://bit.ly/UFcuwe|opposition].
[* black] Now, we wouldn't call ourselves experts, but we have had [http://bit.ly/UFax2E|others] call us experts. The removal of
Removing the battery took us roughly 15 minutes to complete, without the use of heat. We can't emphasize enough, we don't call ourselves experts..a heat gun. All it took was a Torx screwdriver and three spudgers.
[* black] In contrast, it took us three attempts to successfully remove the 15" Retina's battery without puncturing it, and the third attempt took over half an hour to perform.
[* black] Yet,
EPEAT lab investigators reported[http://www.scribd.com/doc/109856818/Apple-Return-To-EPEAT-Background|reported] the time required for the removal of the battery for the MacBook Pro 15" Retina displaybattery removal was under [http://bit.ly/UFhyR8|2.5 minutes] and2.5 minutes, cited that the operation could be conducted “easily and safely.”
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safely,” and gave the laptop its Gold rating.
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black] So who's right and who's wrong? The world may never know...but if you ask us,We certainly [http://www.wired.com/opinion/2012/10/apple-and-epeat-greenwashing/|disagreed] with that notion, given it did not take 2.5 minutes to safely removewas the [http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/06/opinion-apple-retina-displa/|least repairable] computer we've ever encountered.
[* black] The 13" Retina
battery is a step in the right direction towards recyclability and repairability, but it's still a far cry from the screwed-in MacBook Pro 13" Retina display..batteries of yesteryear.
[* black] It was a slow and tedious process, but a big sigh of relief as we have removed the battery,battery — sans puncture.
[* black] Recently the [http://www.epeat.net/|EPEAT] decided to give Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display a gold rating. This decision was met with much [http://bit.ly/UFcuwe|opposition].
[* black] Now, we wouldn't call ourselves experts, but we have had [http://bit.ly/UFax2E|others] call us experts. The removal of
Removing the battery took us roughly 15 minutes to complete, without the use of heat. We can't emphasize enough, we don't call ourselves experts..a heat gun. All it took was a Torx screwdriver and three spudgers.
[* black] In contrast, it took us three attempts to successfully remove the 15" Retina's battery without puncturing it, and the third attempt took over half an hour to perform.
[* black] Yet,
EPEAT lab investigators reported[http://www.scribd.com/doc/109856818/Apple-Return-To-EPEAT-Background|reported] the time required for the removal of the battery for the MacBook Pro 15" Retina displaybattery removal was under [http://bit.ly/UFhyR8|2.5 minutes] and2.5 minutes, cited that the operation could be conducted “easily and safely.”
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safely,” and gave the laptop its Gold rating.
[*
black] So who's right and who's wrong? The world may never know...but if you ask us,We certainly [http://www.wired.com/opinion/2012/10/apple-and-epeat-greenwashing/|disagreed] with that notion, given it did not take 2.5 minutes to safely removewas the [http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/06/opinion-apple-retina-displa/|least repairable] computer we've ever encountered.
[* black] The 13" Retina
battery is a step in the right direction towards recyclability and repairability, but it's still a far cry from the screwed-in MacBook Pro 13" Retina display..batteries of yesteryear.