LG has launched a 22in widescreen LCD screen which it claims is the world's most energy efficient monitor.
The Flatron W2252TE boasts a power draw of just 22W, around 45 per cent lower than the average 40W of similarly sized monitors.
"With the ever increasing time spent by consumers on computers these days, there is a need for products that are more energy efficient," said Fiona Landsberg, marketing manager for LG.
"We are committed to expanding our 'green' monitor portfolio with products that either equal or better the energy saving provided by the W2252TE."
The screen offers a 1,680 x 1,050 resolution, 170-degree viewing angle, 250 cd brightness and a 2ms response time.
The W2252TE is expected to hit the shelves in August, but pricing details are yet not available.
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