Now, a TV that switches itself off when no ones watching!January 9th, 2009 - 2:36 pm ICT by ANI
London, Jan 9 (ANI): Lazy couch potatoes wish has been granted: a fairy in the form of Sony company has developed a TV that keeps an eye on viewers and turns itself off when no one is watching.
The new range of BRAVIA VE5-series Eco TVs have a built in motion sensor that will automatically switch off the power if it detects no movement in the room for a period of time.
The revolutionary electronic equipment was launched at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, reports the Telegraph.
Sony’’s chief operating officer Stan Glasgow said: “The TV will automatically switch itself off if you fall asleep or leave the room and forget to turn the set off.”
The motion sensor will be available worldwide this summer on all Sony Bravia VE5 series LCD models with screes 40″ in diameter or bigger. (ANI)
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