Restrictions in the ability to purchase some powerful models of computers await residents of a number of American states due to the new norms adopted in the United States.
On July 1, 2021, in the United States, a number of states entered into force new regulations regarding the power consumption of various devices, including PCs. And because of them, residents of these states will now not be able to purchase some particularly productive models.
The decision applies to California, Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont and Washington due to the new energy law that these states passed.
The restrictions apply to ready-made assemblies and monoblocks, but do not affect individual gaming components – you can still buy them separately, and then assemble the desired configuration.
Dell has reportedly already announced that it will stop selling powerful gaming computers in six US states. It is expected that the same restriction will be introduced by Acer.
It is worth noting that since December 9, in addition to stationary computers, laptops and mobile gaming systems, monitors with a high frame rate and laptops with multiple displays will be included in the prohibited list.
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