Philips has introduced its Econova LED TV, a TV that has been awarded the European Green EV 2010-2011 by the European Imaging & Sound Association, designed to address concerns about the environment without compromising on performance. The 42-inch LED TV consumes just 40W of power in eco-mode and offers some other eco-friendly credentials such as a solar-powered remote control, e-manual and the use of recycled aluminum panel. The use of the latest LED technology also reduces energy consumption by up to 60 percent, while still delivering best-in-class picture quality. A Zero Power Switch is also included to reduce power consumption to 0W when the TV is turned off.
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