As mentioned earlier, I no longer watch television except NASCAR on the weekends if I can catch it somewhere. And some football. Of course, there are exceptions.
Instead, I spend an inordinate amount of time on my iPad.
Big-screen television would cost about $50 / year in electricity costs.
So, how much to charge an iPhone for a year? 41 cents. Yup, 41 cents.
The iPad: about $1.36.
Interestingly, the Android Galaxy S III is a huge energy hog in comparison to the new iPhone: the Galaxy S III would cost almost 30% more than the iPhone for annual electricity. I wonder if the faux-environmentalists will recommend the iPhone over the Galaxy based on the amount of electricity that the Galaxy uses, compared to the iPhone?