TVs

LCD vs CRT

LCD vs CRT
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. CRTs (...

HDTV vs Plasma

HDTV vs Plasma
Plasmas are a type of flat panel display that is made up of noble gases filled between two glass panels and are electrically charged in order to produce light and create images. (High-definition) HDTV is a...

60Hz vs 120Hz LCD TV

60Hz vs 120Hz LCD TV
A TV with a 60Hz response rate can redraw an image 60 times per second, while a TV with a 120Hz response rate can redraw an image 120 times per second. A 60Hz may not always be able to keep up with fast paced...

3D LED TV vs 3D LED Smart TV

3D LED TV vs 3D LED Smart TV
3D LED TV is a standard 3D LED TV. 3D LED Smart TV is a 3D LED TV that can connect to the internet.

LCD vs DLP

LCD vs DLP
An LCD uses liquid crystals that are sandwiched between two sheets of polarizing material. DLP technology uses a digital micromirror device which comprises around 2 million hinge-mounted microscopic mirrors....

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