Toshiba Regza 32BC3 HDTV concentrates on energy efficiency

by Gareth Mankoo

Toshiba have brought forth the Regza 32BC3 HDTV that will introduce new dimensions in the world of eco-friendly televisions. The screen will sport an impressive resolution of up to 1366×768, on the IPS panel with a contrast ration of 1,100:1, a digital TV tuner, and recording of media via USB. That’s pretty much the add-ons to the USP of the HDTV. It’s the Power Saving Button that takes all the limelight. A single press reduces the TV’s brightness by up to 75%, without hindering the image quality. Totally swell!

Whatever happened to the whole green-rush that we saw among screens not more than six months ago? Does everything take to conformity, finally? We hope Toshiba inject some new stimulation.

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