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:::::architecture agency uriel fogué:::::

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A cathode ray tube (CRT) monitor uses about 74 watts to display an all-white web page, but only uses 59 watts to display an all-black page. Worldwide, about 25% of the monitors currently in use are cathode ray tubes, which means that they waste energy displaying white backgrounds. Approximately, the same amount of energy is saved by the projectors that a lot of people have attached to their computers. When it comes to the TFT monitors, saving energy is not so straightforward, as a lot depends on contrast and brightness levels, as well as on the resolution level. Basically, the amount of energy saved by an old-technology TFT monitor with contrast of 700:1 or less, is only marginal. To compensate for that, the new TFT-technology monitors with contrast of 2000:1 and over, save ~ 5-15% of energy!

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::: all-black:saves energy :::
diseño web: Elena Cuerda