Philips introduced last CES a tv “ecological”, at least in name: Eco TV. This is an LCD TV that falls into the “green” line, lead free. But this is not one of the main highlight her consumption.
Reducing the lighting of the screen without affecting the image quality, it becomes more economical. In dark scenes, is used less glare, besides she has a sensor, that allows to adapt automatically the amount of light depending on the ambient lighting. If the place is dark, it decreases the brightness; and if you are very clear, or with flares hitting on the TV screen, it increases the brightness to not let the image matte and erased.
The automatic brightness control features can be customized by the user, which helps the Greeks and Trojans in time to watch as the Auto mode may not please everyone.
There are also changes in stand-by mode (standby), where, according to Philips, it consumes only 0.15 watt. When in operation, the average consumption is at 75 watts, which is equivalent to an average incandescent bulb wattage.
On the outside she’s a normal LCD TV 42 “1080 p resolution and HDMI port.
The company reinforces that there is no LCD panel market more economical than that. The tv will be available to consumers in the United States from March, with the value estimated at less than $2,000.