22nd Apr 2004

Experience the Clarity and Color of a New Plasma TV

Plasma tv’s are filling showroom floors and homes. Consumers are attracted to their great clarity, color and brightness. In addition, plasma tv’s come in screen sizes much larger than traditional cathode-ray tube televisions and allow you to enjoy a theater-like experience in the comforts of your own home. Major plasma television manufacturers include Fujitsu and Pioneer Electronics, as well as Panasonic, Sony and others.

Compared to traditional CRT tv’s, plasma tv’s are extremely slim (around 3 inches thick) and can be mounted on a wall for viewing. The size of plasma televisions has traditionally been 42 inches across diagonally but has increased recently to over 60 inches. Fujitsu is one of the best known and original manufacturers of plasma televisions but as they become more popular, others like Pioneer Electronics, Panasonic and Sony have joined the party and helped drive down prices.

Plasma tv’s by Fujitsu are generally more expensive than other reputable manufacturers such as Pioneer Electronics and Sony. This is because it was one of the first manufacturers and produced flat screen televisions of extremely high quality with unmatched clarity and brightness. Over time however, other manufacturers have produced flat screen televisions of equally impressive quality. Nowadays, you can’t go wrong with a purchase from Sony, Philips or Panasonic, for example.

If you decide to purchase a plasma tv, consider your room layout. Generally, the standard size of 42 inches across diagonally will more than be sufficient for an apartment or small room. For bigger rooms, you can get a plasma television up to 60 inches or more. Fujitsu, Pioneer Electronics, Sony, Philips and Panasonic all have plasma televisions from 42 inches to at least 50 inches, which should be sufficient for most people.

The best prices for plasma tv’s these days are found online. If you choose to buy online, be sure the online store is certified by the Better Business Bureau (indicated by a BBB-linked logo) and you’ll be able to buy confidently your new plasma tv, whether Fujitsu, Pioneer Electronics, Sony, Philips or Panasonic.

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