6 green TVs that'll save you money & the planet

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LG 42LH5000 - £1,050

Solid green credentials join forces with good performance and sumptuous design

Korean manufacturer LG may not make the biggest noise about its green credentials, but it has been quietly making impressive inroads into power consumption for longer than most with the release of the 42LH5000

While its 141W power consumption might not be the best ever, it's still a respectable figure, and is backed up by a healthy set of features designed to keep energy use as low as possible

These include automatic backlight controls; the unusually sophisticated Intelligent Sensor II system for reducing image brightness in response to dwindling light levels in your room; a proper mechanical power off button; and, most unusually of all, six 'smart energy saving' modes for adjusting the screen's overall brightness leve.

Read more: LG 42LH5000 review

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