Posts Tagged ‘eco’

LG Inverter Direct Drive – Technology you can trust for a greener tomorrow

August 6th, 2012 by LG Blog UK
Use less energy and water with LG's Inverter Direct Drive technology. With LG's 12kg 6 Motion Direct Drive Washing Machines not only can you wash wash up to 12kg of laundry, you'll have the very best in energy efficiency reaching better than A+++. What's more, LG's 12kg were the first washing machines ever to be recommended by Waterwise back in December 2011 for their amazing water efficiency! LG Core Tech - Technology you can trust for a greener...
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LG Optimus 4XHD – Battery Power

July 31st, 2012 by LG Blog UK
Introducing the ultimate endurance mobile phone, the Optimus 4XHD from LG! With over 700 hours (that's nearly a MONTH!) of standby time and up to 10 hours of talk time from its massive 2150mAh battery, the LG Optimus 4XHD is a formidable phone for any heavy usage mobile user! Using the very impressive new SiO+ battery technology this has allowed us to get up to 6% more power out of a regular-size battery pack. Make the most of your battery life as Eco Mode switches to a single core with the push of a button. Eco Mode enables maximum efficiency and allows you...
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My LG Eco Home

July 2nd, 2012 by LG Blog UK
LG Electronics (LG) today announced a digital interactive campaign on Facebook called My Eco Home which will allow Facebook fans around the world to create and share their own personalised, virtual dream homes. An industry first, LG’s My Eco Home Facebook app reflects the company’s effort to interact with today’s customers in new, innovative ways. The campaign will also introduce Facebook users to LG’s proprietary five Core Technologies – the Linear Compressor, Inverter Direct Drive, KOMPRESSOR™ technology, Lightwave and Plasmaster – and their eco-friendly benefits. Launching in approximately 30 countries in May. My Eco Home is a creative way to demonstrate...
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Which? cite LG’s LH2000 TV as “greener than Sony’s Eco WE5”

July 13th, 2009 by LG Blog UK
Independent Consumer group Which? say their researchers have seen a dramatic decrease in TV power consumption in 2009, particularly from brands like LG. The 42" LH2000 is in the current batch of TVs being tested at the Which? lab and has received full marks for its green credentials: The 40-inch Sony WE5, a model marketed as an Eco TV, also fared very well in our power consumption tests and boasts a range of 'Eco' features, but it didn't quite score as well in our energy efficiency tests as its larger, LG counterpart. Both models typically use around 90 watts when switched on...
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