Why Should I buy a Plasma TV?
Plasma TV's (ie. Flat Screen TV) offer a much more realistic picture when compared to the more popular tube television. Plasma televisions offer a corner to corner focused natural picture. This along with the perfectly flat screen design, help eliminate the edge distortion which can occur on most other CRT displays. The picture is compromised of lines, which are actually straight, delivering a much more realistic picture. The flat screen also offers a wider viewing angle, allowing people to sit off to the side and still be able to see the entire screen. The flat screen also minimizes glare from room lighting thus not distracting the viewing eye.
Plasma televisions offer exceptional picture quality. This is due to the high number of resolution lines, incredible color accuracy, extraordinary uniformity of brightness throughout the screen, and the lack of scan lines. Plasma TVs are also designed in the widescreen, 16:9 aspect ratio format. This format fits the requirements of High Definition Television (HDTV) for superior picture detail. The 16:9 aspect ratio also allows DVD's and most VHS movies to be viewed in the widescreen format, which allows for a true theater-like experience.
Plasma TVs also offer a unique design. They are approximately 4 inches thick, and can often be hung on wall just like a picture. This design makes the television very space efficient. The television can be mounted in many different ways to save space. Whether it is hanging from a ceiling, mounted on a wall, or placed on a stylish stand, the television not only requires minimal space, but also creates an aesthetic, stylish, modern look which matches well with any type of dˇcor.
Plasma TVs are not only used for entertainment, and home use. A great benefit of this new technology is that it can be used for many commercial or business units. The Plasma screen can be connected to most computers, and also have component connections to fit almost every need you may have. This means you can enjoy watching DVDs on the television, or even connect to the Internet and surf the World Wide Web on a larger format.