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May 8, 2009

Loewe launches Freeview TV with eco mode


by David Allen

The electrical manufacturer Loewe is bringing out a TV that promises to offer something more than the average television.

It comes with HD and a 1080p LCD screen, so picture quality is not going to be an issue.

The Loewe Art SL also comes with a feature that allows the user to control how much power it consumes.

By turning on the automatic light dimming control, the TV could be using around twenty per cent less energy.

The TV comes with a Freeview tuner, a 250 Gb HDR and 40 watt speakers, which when all rolled into one means that this is surprise package for the market place.

On the subject of saving power, the Art SL will consume only 0.7 watts in standby mode, a welcome saving considering that the TV will be sold at £2,345.

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