The relationship between consumer electronics manufacturers and environmentalists is similar between George W. Bush and Saddam Hussein. No matter how much it tries to convince the former, he would not succeed.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week, threw a lot of good surprises in the form of environmentally friendly electronic products. Nevertheless, the green brigade is still not convinced that the industry is not more serious than the environment the way that Israel takes UN resolutions. And even if the recession in the United States, which has had a domino effect in the global economy, in less number of visitors to the CES this year led manufacturers such as Toshiba and LG have tried to bring their greenest foot forward in the show.
Japanese electronics maker Toshiba has recently Supercharger its battery during the show. As a long-lived, it is considered a product that would save the energy, thus reducing the need for more energy, which would obviously produce less CO2 promoted getting results disseminated in the atmosphere. The other product that is specifically designed to reduce energy was the LG’s 32-inch TV. According to the company, the new product would require 50 percent less electricity than conventional 32-inch LCD TV.
also responsible for either directly or indirectly the release of gases into the atmosphere in which consumer electronics are the main source of the e-waste. Therefore, to address the problem, manufacturers of mobile phones, Motorola recently released its new mobile phone made of plastic containing recovered the plastic recycling of water bottles made.
The disagreement between the industry and the green brigade is likely as long as the problems of environmental destruction and global warming seriously and fully addressed by both governments and companies continue. But the show of the various environmentally friendly products in the Consumer Electronics Show this year is a welcome surprise. One would hope that this trend continues and the manufacturers of consumer products come with more such games in the future.