2014년 5월 5일 월요일

Plasma TV is on the verge of extinction worldwide but Samsung and LG keep the fires burning for a while longer


Panasonic's plasma displays were the last bastion of hope for plasma TV enthusiasts, but now even they are going extinct.
Panasonic exited the plasma TV market with almost immediate effect — production of new units will ended in last december and all related operations was wrapped by March this year.

Plasma TV sales this year will decline 48% compared to previous year , according to DisplaySearch.

Many feared that it was the end of the line for plasma technology, this year, with Panasonic already confirming they were out - proved unfounded as the Korean manufacturers are to keep the fires burning for a while longer.

Specifically referencing those that like a combination of value for money and great picture quality, the company says they will continue to produce plasma TVs in sizes ranging from 42-60-inches this year.

The H5000 is a only new Samsung plasma TV line up for 2014 while LG has three new models with the same specifications like last year.

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