When it comes to home entertainment, chances are we would consider the usual LCD and Plasma Television for better home entertainment. But if you had to place some eco-friendly responsibilities to it, then perhaps this eco-friendly TV made up of degradable and reusable components could be the one for you. But only one thing stands in the way and that is the matter of cost.
If you had over $130,000 then no problem. But the fact of the matter is, would there be anyone, outside the millionaires, who would buy it?
“The eco-friendly TV is made with degradable and reusable components consisting of 47 per cent glass, three per cent aluminium and 10 per cent iron allowing the TV to be 45 per cent more recyclable than a normal TV with many plastic parts.
The TV is completely hand-made – piece by piece construction – without screws and welding. The television screen functions are all activated by feather touch,” said Dr Jean Shahdadpuri, Director, Nikai Group of Companies.