How to Buy a Plasma TV
Are you ready to start looking for a Plasma TV? Well, here's another buying guide from ABCNews to get you started.
Resolution is another factor in the cost and image quality of a plasma display. For pixel-based display devices like plasma televisions, native resolution refers to the number of unique pixels provided along the display's horizontal and vertical axes. For displays 50 inches and larger, the native resolution matches or slightly exceeds the resolution delivered in a 720p HDTV broadcast signal. Pioneer recently announced its PRO-FHDI 50-inch plasma display, which will offer 1080p native resolution (1,920 by 1,080 pixels), effectively doubling the number of pixels offered by current 50-inch panels. The more pixels a display offers for its screen size, the closer to the screen a viewer can sit without noticing the display's pixel structure.
There's nothing here we haven't told you before but we wanted to give you a little refresher material.
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Posted by William Hungerford at April 5, 2006 12:47 PM