The new 42-inch Eco TV from Philips is sporting a new design. Created to use less power than a 100-watt lightbulb, this television is packed with power-saving features.
One of the best energy saving features, includes a backlight that is able to dim accordingly to brighter or darker scenes, which not only saves power in the dark mode but also improves black-level performance per Philips. It also has the capability to be dimmed via a room lighting sensor, so dark rooms will require less power. There’s a “power-saving” mode that caps the peak light output and an excellent stand-by power less than 0.15 watt.
Using only 75 watts of power, the TV uses less energy than most households use in a single lightbulb and it’s lead-free.