Dell announced on Wednesday that within 12 months, all displays in its new laptops will be light-emitting diode (LED)-based.
LED backlights are known to be mercury-free and very recyclable. Compared to cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) technology, which most LCD displays use today, LED displays are much more energy efficient. Dell says that its 15-inch LED displays consume an average of 43 percent less power at maximum brightness.
Dell estimates that, … Read more