Your HDTV is something you cannot live without. It has become a daily necessity. But have you ever thought whether it is friendly to the environment? Is it a reason for your heavy electricity bills? Toshiba, which is known for its contribution to the world by making environment friendly appliances, has done it yet again. The IT company has announced that it will now use a chip in its HDTV, so that it consumes much lesser power. Using this technology, Toshiba will help its customers in saving energy and money. It can be seen as another step toward a more eco-friendly electronic world.
The Japanese giant, Toshiba, declared that it would first use this new power saving chip in their upcoming HDTV- Regza 32BE3, a 32 inch LCD TV. Regza 32BE3 HDTV, which will have 1,366 x 768 pixel display resolution, also incorporates high power capacitor. Toshiba claims that this technology will help your HDTVs to consume zero power when it is in the standby mode.
Toshiba also disclosed that the Regza 32BE3 will come with an eco-friendly button. This button will help you in adjusting the brightness and contrast of the HDTV according to the lighting of your room. This feature will automatically help you in saving more power and considerably cut down your electricity bills.
You can get yourself a Toshiba Regza 32BE3 and contribute to the environment by saving energy as well as your hard-earned money. This power saving HDTV would arrive in the Japanese retail markets sometime this month with a likely price tag of US$ 1,200.