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Plasma vs LCD

Plasma vs LCD
LCDs (Liquid Crystal Display) are displays that use liquid crystals sandwiched between two sheets of polarizing material. A plasma panel has tiny cells of noble gases (neon and xenon) and a small amount of...

Plasma vs Flat Screens

Flat panels are lighter and thinner compared to old cathode ray tube (CRT) sets and have width of less than 10 centimeters. Flat panel displays are of two types: static and volatile. Plasma, LCDs and LEDs are...

LCD vs OLED

LCDs (Liquid Crystal Display) are displays that use liquid crystals sandwiched between two sheets of polarizing material. The images are displayed when electrical charge is applied to the crystals. OLED (...

LCD vs LED Televisions

LCDs are type of television screens that use liquid crystals sandwiched between two sheets of polarizing material. LED (Light emitting diode) TVs are still LCD TVs that replace the original LCD’s CCFL (Cold...

LCD vs HDTV

LCDs are a type of screen, while HDTV is a format for broadcasting digital television. An LCD is type of television screen that uses liquid crystals sandwiched between two sheets of polarizing material. HDTV...

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