Our Customer Appreciation Sale is now underway on Abt.com. The Customer Appreciation Sale is a way of showing our appreciation to our customers who keep us in business. As a family-owned business, our goal is to give our customers the best shopping experience in-store and online.From now until Sunday, March 13th, save throughout the site during our customer appreciation sale on products like appliances, TVs, vacuums, and more! Don’t miss out on these deals and start shopping now by clicking here!
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Samsung is one the largest manufacturer of TVs in the world, they just showcased the largest 170 ” SUHDTV this week at CES 2016 and our team got to see it. It is huge! The gigantic TV and the rest of Samsung’s SUHD TV line, 8 series and above, possess quantum dot display. This type of display will enhance the view of colors, brightness, and contrast, making it an enjoyable, realistic view. The quantum dot display consists of 1000 nits of brightness that will create a brighter picture and with Samsung’s new ultra black technology, this feature will accentuate the blacks while viewing. The quantum dot display is great for high dynamic range content like Amazon. To make the viewing experience exceptionally realistic, the SUHD TVs will have a larger color spectrum, that means more colors and a brighter picture.
But that’s not it! This 170″ TV isn’t just one big TV. The 170″ TV is made up of multiple small TVs to make one big picture, Samsung calls this concept “Modular TV“. Modular TV consists of smaller TVs -without bezels , linked together to create a seamless and bigger view. Although Samsung has not started this concept, the bezeless design is carried over to their consumer line. Customers interested in the 8 and 9 series SUHD TVs can also benefit from the bezeless design with a near invisible bezel.
It might be a while for Samsung to have 170″ TVs in stores, but Saumsung’s 8 and 9 series SUHD TVs are available to customers. Maybe one day this 170″ SUHD TV will be displayed at our store!
A major trend in technology is its (potential) positive benefits towards the environment and a sustainable future; products are running cleaner and having less environmental impact than ever before. At Abt Electronics we believe the industry should follow the trend of the products and continue to move towards a sustainable future. Our Green Program includes an E85-ready delivery fleet, the elimination of paper catalogs, and even provides bicycles to employees who leave for lunch as an alternative to driving. A proactive program will lead us towards the future but what about all the “dead technologies” of the past and the waste they’ve left behind?
As televisions and monitors improve in performance in size, we are left with the remains of wide-bodied and bulky screens of technology’s past. A main component of these products was CRT, or “cathode ray tube” glass. When this technology was current, old screens were recycled into new ones, and the CRT glass recycling market flourished. Now, in the age of LCD and LED displays, we find ourselves without a responsible solution for the removal of this legacy technology. We ask ourselves, “How do we responsibly and cost-effectively recycle billions of pounds of lead-heavy CRT glass?”
As part of the eCycling Leadership Initiative, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), and InnoCentive, sponsored a contest to address the issue. Contestants were challenged to develop compelling economic and environmentally preferable solutions for CRT televisions and monitors and the winners were recently announced.
The Eco-Challenge received 57 solutions and three were chosen as winners. Robert Kirby, a mechanical engineer from New Mexico suggested incorporating the CRT glass into tiles and brick. Another winner, Nulife Glass Processing Ltd., based in Manchester, U.K. proposed a solution already being implemented across the United Kingdom that involves extracting the lead from the glass without hazardous waste or emissions.
The most impressive solution was sent in by Mario Rosato, a Spanish environmental engineer and winner of four previous InnoCentive Challenges. Rosato proposed a closed-loop chemical process that separates the lead, in the form of hydrated PbO , from the glass. The hydrated PbO in then thermally decomposed to yield PbO, a lead commodity of high value in a variety of industries.
Each solution solves the growing problem of useless CRT glass and helps create, and promote a sustainable technological future. For more information on Abt Electronics’ green initiatives click here!
Shop early and save throughout the site during our Customer Appreciation Sale plus get Free Shipping on 1000s of items. Now through Monday, 02/13/12 @ 11:59 pm (CST) find great deals on appliances, electronics, accessories and more at Abt.com!
Shop early and save throughout the site during our Year End Sale plus get Free Shipping on 1000s of items. Now through Tuesday, 01/03/12 @ 11:59 pm (CST). Find exactly what you are looking for and shop our wide selection of electronics, appliances, kitchen items, home automation and more!
If you haven’t finished up your holiday shopping, Abt has all your Cyber Monday deals. The last few years Cyber Monday has competed against Black Friday as the go-to holiday deal day. Today will be no different with great prices on all your favorite items. Shop our website or give us a call at 888-228-5800.
Check out our sales specialist Josh Davis on Chicago’s You & Me This Morning, with some great Cyber Monday items!
Right now, you can save throughout our website during our Thanksgiving Sale, plus free shipping on most items. Start your holiday shopping right away and get great deals on appliances, electronics and more!
This weekend save money on great items during our Labor Day Sale! This weekend until September 5th 11:59 CST you can save on items throughout our store!
If you are looking to upgrade your electronics, no use in just throwing them away. you can bring them over to Abt Electronics and we will give you credit for them towards new products. Just bring them into the store, or check out the Trade-In Online link on our site to get started. It’s that easy!