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You Can Be a Dell Hardware Engineer: You Just Gotta Think Green

It might be time to break out that old soldering iron as Dell has a challenge for you: If you can design the greenest computer ever made (green as in low power -- not olive, pea or pine) you could walk away with a cool thirty grand.

Get your design wrapped up by next April and send it on down to Austin.

Of course, if you really do design the most efficient computer ever, Dell will make billions -- and you'll make, er, about $30K before taxes.

Posted by Doug Barney on October 29, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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