Dell pulls energy-hungry gaming PCs in six US states after failing efficiency rules

Manufacturer halts shipments of some Alienware Aurora R10 and R12 PCs because they use so much energy they breach state standards

PC maker Dell says it has stopped shipping some versions of its powerful gaming systems to California and five other US states because the products do not meet new energy efficiency standards.

Dell said in a statement sent to Reuters the regulations affected “select configurations” of its Alienware Aurora R10 and R12 gaming PCs.

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