Advancement of the LCD Television and HDMI

At present, televisions are considered as an integral part of our life. With the growth in technology the availability of gadgets are reaching leaps and bounds. Compared to the conventional bulky televisions, the present day televisions comes with ultra-slim profile. Flat Screen Televisions include Plasma Television, LCD Television and LED Televisions. These slender beauties can be wall mounted as well as placed on tables or stands. samsung led tv 32 inch

Plasma Screens were first developed by Larry. F. Weber. This technology faced stiff competition with the then prevalent CRT and LCD display technologies. Later on plasma display panels gained popularity among the general public due to its fascinating image clarity and brightness factor. Owing to the numerous plus points of plasma screens; it has gained wide acceptance and evolved as plasma televisions. As, the plasma screens are facing a bad time due to its high power consumption; Mr. Weber (Godfather of Plasma screens) is out to find new methodologies in order to make them more energy-efficient and competent..

Initially, televisions were considered as “movies and soaps” chunky idiot boxes. Technological advancement gifted us the present form of televisions which are more smart and intelligent compared to their predecessors. Many sophisticated technologies are incorporated in these televisions to make them fully-loaded and compact multimedia gadgets. Many of the latest plasma televisions are wireless, and is multi-faced as PC monitor and big screen gaming console too. USB port built in the television makes it capable of reading the data directly from the data stick, and also helps to view and share digital data.

Though the present day plasma televisions are smart enough to let you access internet via television, they are stumbling to compete with the energy efficient LCD Televisions. The major plasma display makers are marshalling hard to come up with sophisticated technologies that can reduce the power requirements of the plasma screens.

Panasonic Electronics has debuted innovative “NeoPDP” plasma display panels that can work with almost 50% power used by a conventional plasma television. Plasma Televisions can once again sweep away the major share of display industry with introduction of power saving techniques.