Competition is heating up for efficient LEDs designed for general lighting. Sylvania's 12-watt LED becomes available online this month.
LED makers are introducing replacements for the popular 60-watt incandescent bulb that use about 80 percent less electricity and that could last for years and years.
Amazon is offering an entry-level model that's also the lowest-priced nonrefurbished Blu-ray player we've seen. And it comes with one frill: an SD card reader.
The Sylvania HD1Z has solid specs, and it's available exclusively from Woot--which is actually launching the product today (and only today).
With the 100-watt incandescent bulb set for phasing out in 2012, consumer awareness around more efficient lighting is growing, according to a consumer survey.
Lighting Science Group says its 850-lumen bulb, which consumes 13 watts, will be available late next month and in Home Depot stores in March.
Saying we need a Moore's Law for green tech can be an aspirational goal but don't expect our energy system to change as fast as your computer processor.
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As general-purpose LED bulbs come to market, the prices are relatively high. But if you consider long-term savings and use them for specific purposes, they look more compelling.
Halogen hybrid light bulb offers CFL efficiency without the wait for full brightness. And it contains less mercury.