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Thursday, September 02, 2010
Philips Showcases Enviromental Friendly Products at IFA 2010


Philips is unveiling a range of advanced consumer products that help people enjoy a healthier and better life in a simple way, this year at the Internationale Funk Ausstellung (IFA), taking place in Berlin from September 2-8.

From televisions to irons, and vacuum cleaners to home cinema sound systems, Philips is cutting energy consumption and increasing recyclability - both by using more recycled materials in new products.

Designed to make it easy for consumers to reduce their impact on the environment every day, Philips is introducing Econova LED TV (42PFL6805), Europe's greenest LED TV, with a solar remote control. Awarded European Green TV 2010-2011 by the European Imaging & Sound Association (EISA), Econova LED TV addresses concerns about the environment without compromising on performance, according to Philips. The LED TV uses the latest LED lighting technology reducing energy consumption by up to 60% - the lowest in its category. Its Zero power switch means that when you switch your TV off, power consumption is reduced to 0 watt. Econova LED TV is made from materials that are easy to recycle and have been used before.

Its solar powered remote control reduces the impact on the environment even further, recharging from a freely available source of energy, natural daylight, meaning batteries do not need to be replaced or disposed of.

Reducing material waste even further, Econova LED TV comes with the unique Philips 2-in-1 stand which can be used as a table top stand as well as an easy to install wallmount bracket.

The Econova also features a Philips 100Hz clear LCD and the 'Pixel Precise HD'technology, which offers 4 trillion colours with HD Natural Motion making. Econova LED TV also uses integrated Clear Sound technology, an sound system with two front firing speakers and two rear firing woofers so you can hear every word. 20W RMS and Incredible Surround add an improved total surround sound experience with greater depth and width throughout the room.

Philips Econova LED TV is available in a 42 inch screen size and available in Europe from September.

Other features incude:

- Brightness: 380 cd/mē
- Dynamic screen contrast: 500000:1
- Response time (typical): 2 ms
- Viewing angle: 176? (H) / 176? (V)
- Diagonal screen size: 42 inch / 107 cm
- Display: LCD Full HD, edge LED backlight
- Panel resolution: 1920x1080p
- Picture enhancement: Active Control + Light sensor, 2D/3D noise reduction, Super Resolution
- Screen enhancement: Anti-Reflection coated screen
- Color processing: 4 trillion colors (14bit RGB)
- VB: DVB Terrestrial , DVB-T MPEG4, DVB-C MPEG4, MHEG, MHP Gold label (Italy)
- Tuner bands: Hyperband, S-Channel, UHF, VHF
- Ext 1 Scart: Audio L/R, CVBS in, RGB
- Ext 2 Scart: Audio L/R, CVBS in, RGB
- Ext 3: YPbPr, Audio L/R in
- VGA-in: PC input, D-sub 15
- HDMI 1: HDMI v1.4 (Audio Return Ch.)
- HDMI 2: HDMI v1.3
- HDMI 3: HDMI v1.3
- HDMI Side: HDMI v1.3
- Front / Side connections: USB, Common Interface Slot (CI-CI+), SD-card (Videostore)
- Other connections: Headphone out, S/PDIF out (coaxial)
- HDMI features: Audio Return Channel, Instaport fast HDMI switching
- EasyLink (HDMI-CEC): One touch play, EasyLink, Pixel Plus link, Remote control pass-through, System audio control, System standby



3D products

Philips also showcases the Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series TV, the world?s first cinema-proportioned Full HD 3D LED Television.

Delivering a cinematic experience at home, the Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series presents movies in true-to-life 3D. It displays them in the original 21:9 aspect ratio on the 58" Full HD screen.



In a notable addition, the Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series also features new Bright Pro technology to enhance the picture clarity even more. Bright Pro boosts light output on sections of your screen while maintaining the very dark sections in the same scene, to produce exceptional contrast from every angle. The Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series also includes a high-powered 3D transmitter integrated into the frame of the TV that communicates with as many Active 3D glasses as you wish.

Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series is equally accomplished in 2D.



Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series is available in Europe and Brazil from September onwards. Availability in other countries will follow later this year. Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series Television is priced at EUR 3999.

Philips has already introduced a full range of 3D ready Blu-ray players in 2010, and now tops the range with the high-end Philips 9000 series 3D Blu-ray player that combines style with substance in the perfect package. Philips 3D Blu-ray features built-in Qdeo video processing. The player comes in a 3mm aluminum housing.



TI Burr-Brown analog to digital convertors produce rich sound through 7.1 channels. Your home is connected through the player?s integrated WiFi and DLNA Network Link, with built-in Net TV enabling you to connect to popular online services at the touch of a button.

Also new is the 8000 series Blu-ray player (BDP8000) which offers a rich entertainment package in a sophisticated slot loading design, with the focus on Net TV supporting online video stores and built-in WiFi-n. It also supports Blu-ray 3D, just like its sibling launched earlier this year, the new 7000 series (BDP7500MkII).

Philips is also the first brand in the world to feature DivX Plus HD in its new Blu-ray players, the new High Definition DivX standard.

Philips? high-end Full HD 3D Blu-ray player (BDP9600) will be available in western Europe from September onwards. It will be priced at EUR 599.

If you?re looking for a complete home cinema setup the Philips Immersive Sound HD home theater with 360Sound and 3D Blu-ray Disc playback completes the ultimate cinema experience package. Philips 360Sound technology fills your room with rich, absorbing sound from all angles, with DTS-HD and Dolby True HD producing high fidelity surround sound.

Philips? Immersive Sound home theater with 360Sound and 3D Blu-ray player (HTS9540) is available in western Europe from September onwards. The Philips Immersive Sound home theater will be priced at EUR 1499.


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