A clean, green screen

New plasma tellys that use up less energy than is seemingly possible for sulking hulking powerful viewing monsters are being released by our boys at Sharp, who whipped out their AQUOS A series of LCD flat screen TVs in a two-fingered salute to those who claim that you can have your environmental cake and eat it.

The meagcorp are claiming that the new range, which come in 40, 46 and 50 inches, use up only 120 W/h to 175 W/h each year. This way you can save money on your bills and cloud yourself in relative smugness until climate change finally smashes your little dream world to smithereens.

Ahem. All the tellys have a 1080p panel with 120Hz refresh rate and three HDMI ports, plus automatic backlight adjustment. The AQUOS A series launches in Japan early next month with a price range of £1,400 to £1,800. There's very little chance the prices are going to be less over here, as the Yen is kicking the pound's arse. Sorry.

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