By Brian Huang
on 4.17.08

philips.42.eco.tv.full.hd.jpgWe doubt many guys make power comsumption their first thought when buying a new flatscreen tv, but if there are those of you who crossover between environmentalist and electronic enthusiast then the Philips Eco TV is for your.

Beyond having 4 HDMI inputs, 25 watt speakers, full 1920x1080p resolution the Eco TV is completely RoHS compliant meaning it’s absent of any lead, mercury, cadmium metals that are harmful to the environment. The Eco TV also dims and brightens automatically based on ambient light and uses only 0.15w of power on standby. Philips of course went one step further and boxed the television in recycled packaging.

What this means to you: It’s comparabaly priced to sets in this size so why not upgrade your tv with some green gear?

Cost: $1399 @ Amazon

Also See: Not so eco-friendly, but oh so equipped LumenLab Qmax | $10,000

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