There are plenty of grand gestures you can make for the environment, from adopting a tree, to adopting a seal, to adopting a tree and a seal even though it'll then become painfully obvious to both that they're adopted -- but are any of those the right moves for you? Go green in a manner befitting of your lifestyle, with a Samsung LED TV.
Samsung LED TV brings startling breakthroughs in technology, in a design as Earth-friendly as your bazooka-size canister of hairspray is not: it uses 40% less energy than conventional LCDs; its slim, lightweight body reduces packaging and transport waste; and it's 100% lead and mercury free. Despite its planet-saving bent, the set sacrifices nothing in awesomeness: the Mega Contrast provides ludicrously sharp images even in very dark or bright scenes, motion blur is eliminated by Auto Motion Plus 120Hz, and the Ultra Clear Panel will take out glare, then take out glare's entire family. The design's exceptional as well: only 1.2" deep, with their Touch of Color™ red accents bordering the piano black frame, making it ideal to mount close to the wall, an elegantly unobtrusive counterbalance to your Brian Bosworth "Wizard of Boz" poster (which is only 1mm front to back, but you can't measure the depth of the hole it's bored through your soul).
What with this being 2009, Samsung's taken networking to the next level with Internet TV which connects to web widgets from Yahoo!, Flickr, USA Today and other services right on your TV screen -- because when it comes to conserving your own energy, there's no grander gesture than never leaving the couch.
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