High quality TV’s are making their way inside the homes of people around the globe, the bill that comes along with these TV’s is on the verge of getting out of hand.
UHD TVs — sometimes referred to as 4K — can display four times the resolution of current high definition screens.
Newer 4K TVs also use 30% more power than high-def models on average, according to a report from the Natural Resources Defense Council published Tuesday.
“Americans’ residential energy bills could rise by more than $1 billion per year if all televisions larger than 36 inches transition to 4K at today’s average efficiency,” the report said.
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