Plasma TVs, like LCD TVs, are a type of flat panel television. However, although on the outside both Plasma and LCD TVs look very similar, on the inside, there are some major differences. For an overview of what you need to know about plasma televisions, as well as some buying suggestions, check out the following guide.
We have always suspected that plasma display technology would enjoy a resurgence thanks to the push towards 3D, and now some concrete data have surfaced to prove our theory right. Following a depressing 2009 which saw several plasma TV manufacturers exit the market, plasma televisions had a stellar 2010, posting year-on-year growths for every quarter since the end of 2009.
Plasma flat panel televisions are quickly becoming quite commonplace on store shelves and in consumers' homes. Plasma, along with LCD is a part of this home entertainment revolution. For answers to basic questions about Plasma Televisions,
Plasma Televisions have been dominating the TV market for years, and more so now that the transfer to digital has already happened. This is for an . You could easily hook this TV up to your cable box and make it the center piece of your home entertainment center. This monitor is also easily wall mounted so you can lay down and watch TV just by looking up. The current bid on this item is only It is located in Alabama and the auction ends on You can wind up getting this TV at a very low cost if you act now.