Moto goes green with the Renew
The earth-friendly Motorola Renew is made from recycled water bottles.
Last year at CES Motorola dazzled us with a couple of
On the simple side, Motorola presents the Renew W233. Its story lies not in what it offers--features are minimal--but in what it is. The Renew is made entirely of recycled water bottles (at least the plastic parts). Moto is calling it the world's first carbon neutral phone--that puts it beyond the, which is made from 50 percent recycled material. The packaging is also Earth-friendly. Not only does the Renew use 22 percent less packaging, but the packaging that it does use comes from recycled paper and the ink on the manual is soy-based. Moto is also promising that the Renew will use less energy with a promised talk time of nine hours.
Features include support for CrystalTalk feature, a VGA camera, organizer features, and a music player. The Renew will arrive at