Which kind of television is the greenest?



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    Consumer electronic devices, such as TVs, have made huge efficiency gains in recent years (the power needed to operate a LCD TV plummeted 63 percent from 2003 to 2010). Light emitting diodes are incredibly efficient and according to projections will account for 50% of liquid crystal display (LCD) market in 2014, a sharp increase from 32% in 2011.
    On March 29, 2012, Sceptre, of City of Industry, CA, announced the availability of their new 40 Series LCD HDTV, the ultimate eco-friendly TV for consumers seeking outstanding image quality, long term energy savings and environmental friendliness.
    The 38.5-inch viewable X409BV-FHD environmentally conscious LCD HDTVs follows strict manufacturing guidelines aimed at maximizing materials and decreasing environmental waste.  It has an ultra energy efficient design, compliant with Energy Star 5.3, with an estimated yearly energy cost of only $14.

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