The LED television that’s hanging on your wall is an astonishing piece of technology that’s setting the benchmark for energy efficiency in consumer electronics and digital displays.
Below are 3 interesting facts about LED screens that you may find surprising.
Digital LED screens consume up to 75 percent less energy than Plasma displays while projecting nearly the same image quality. Recent advancements in LED tech gave birth to super energy efficient LED screens and stunning picture quality not seen on Plasma TVs.
Majority of the giant digital outdoor billboards that bombard the pedestrians in NY Times Square and the equally dazzling Shibuya District in Tokyo with product advertisements are made of thousands of small, interconnected LED screens.
The average energy cost of running a 32 inch LED television for a year is just above $5 annually and can even be less by enabling the unit’s local-dimming and power saving features every time it’s on. No other digital display platform can top LED screens when it comes to efficiency.