"Televisions, Plasmas & LCD TVs" refer to a diverse range of electronic devices designed for displaying visual content, entertainment, and information. Televisions have evolved significantly over the years, with Plasma and LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) technologies being prominent milestones.
Plasma TVs, once popular, use ionized gases to illuminate pixels, offering vibrant colors and wide viewing angles. However, they are bulkier and consume more energy compared to newer technologies.
LCD TVs, on the other hand, use liquid crystal panels to control pixel illumination, resulting in thinner, energy-efficient screens with impressive picture quality. LED-backlit LCD TVs further enhance brightness and energy efficiency.
These TVs come in various sizes and resolutions, from HD to 4K and even 8K, providing immersive viewing experiences. Additionally, Smart TVs incorporate internet connectivity, enabling access to streaming services and apps.