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LG claims Flatron W2252TE is "world's most energy-efficient monitor"

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LG has just announced what it claims to be the "world's most energy-efficient monitor," and it looks like it's been able to lay claim to that (potentially dubious) title without making too many compromises on specs. That includes a 22-inch screen size with a 1680 x 1050 resolution, a lofty 10,000:1 contrast ratio, a 2 ms response time, a 170 degree viewing angle, and a 250cd/m2 brightness rating, all while supposedly maintaining a 45% (or roughly 40W) reduction power consumption compared to other models. No word on a price, unfortunately, but the Flatron W2252TE will apparently be available in the UK this August.

[Via Smart Planet, thanks Adam]

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