Gadget Guy Finds Plasma Vs LCD Is More Than A Matter Of Size

Top Quote Prices are dropping, resolutions are going up, but has the criteria for choosing between Plasma and LCD changed? End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 10, 2008 - Australians spent around five billion dollars on digital lifestyle products in 2007 - more than ever before. Plasma and LCD televisions represented 47% of this spend, according to Canon’s Digital Lifestyle Index (CDLI) figures.

    With average prices for a plasma dropping over 14% and LCD over 11%, along with increases in screen resolution and new connection standards, many consumers remain understandably confused by the array of choices.

    Australia’s leading demystifier of consumer electronics - - has investigated the plasma vs LCD decision in light of recent changes and uncovered the key features buyers need to consider.

    “It’s not just a matter of size and resolution” said Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina.

    This latest buyer guide looks at:
    • Plasma or LCD - which is the right HD TV for you?
    • HDTV basics – what sets high definition apart from standard definition? What does all the jargon mean?
    • Why the large price differences model to model, brand to brand?
    • The technologies behind plasma and LCD – how do they work, pros and cons, purchasing checklists, mythbusting
    • Auditioning plasmas and LCDs before you buy
    • The future of HDTV – what’s after plasma and LCD?

    “No longer is your TV just a TV. Hooked up to a Blu-ray disc player, PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 games console and connected to an AV receiver and surround sound speakers, your TV becomes an exciting entertainment hub. Videos, photographs, music, games and more, right there in your loungeroom, with a clarity of vision and sound you'll have to see and hear to believe,” says the Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina.

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