Toshiba seems to be pushing its green image pretty dang hard at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Not only are they showing off everything from a battery-powered bicycle to carbon sequestration technology. It's not all what you'd expect at CES...but it is all green.
This battery assisted bicycle (PDF), actually, is pretty freaking cool. It uses Toshiba's new SCiB batteries, which recharge to buy canadian viagra online 90% capacity in ten minutes, and can hold enough power to power the bike for 20 to 30 miles. Of course, it's no where near as green as your average bicycle, but it's a heck of a lot greener than your average motorbike. A good compromise, I'd say.
They're also talking about traditional electronics, of course. Toshiba is showing off it's EPEAT Gold laptops including a disassembled (so you can see why it's green, we assume) Portégé.
They're also touting their LCD TVs which, while not as efficient as LGs new concept, will be 100% Energy Star 3.0 compliant.
And, if that's not enough, they're showing off their LED illumination lamps, their recycling system (now available in all 50 states) and their initiative to plant 1.5 million trees.
Full Toshiba press release below.