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As part of our article Eco TVs – how green is your TV?, where we looked at the ways the various plasma and LCD TV makers are approaching the challenges of bulding in power efficiency while at the same time keeping the stunning high definition images we’re expecting in our panels, we looked a 5 current models.



The LG 42LH50YD LCD TV allows you to choose between five different energy saving modes, or you can leave it switched off. The picture quality was very good (once tweaked with the Dynamic Contrast setting).

Read the full review of the LG 42LH50YD LCD TV.

Panasonic TH-P50X10A plasma TV


Panasonic’s TH-P50X10A plasma TV uses Panasonic’s ‘neoPDP’ technology, which roughly doubles brightness for a given amount of power input… or roughly halves the power required for the same brightness.

Read the full review of the Panasonic TH-P50X10A plasma TV.

Samsung UA40B7100 LCD TV


The Samsung UA40B7100 LCD TV s a high-end TV with high-end features, including a super slim panel measuring slightly under 30 mm thick and digital multimedia support via network or USB.

Read the full review of the Samsung UA40B7100 LCD TV.

Sony Bravia KDL-40WE5 LCD TV