Computers are Difficult to Manufacture

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Difficult to manufacture.
Consumes large amounts of energy over long periods of time.
Hard to dispose of safely.
Computers are notoriously difficult to manufacture, requiring hundreds of miniscule parts.
Also, lots of energy is needed for the computer to go all the way through the manufacturing
process.
Regardless of the energy needed for the manufacture of the computer, energy is also
required to run the computer, whether it be a laptop or a desktop it runs on electricity. The
average desktop PC uses over 105 watts per hour even if idle!
if its not disposed of properly, the chemicals and substances in the computer may cause
damage to the environment.
Things like silicon and plastic are dangerous for the environment and the animals that
inhabit them.

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