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Els, Frik
February 2007
Finweek;2/15/2007, p70
The article discusses the difference between a plasma and liquid crystal display (LCD) television sets. Plasmas come in bigger sizes with lower prices versus LCDs and its colors are more natural. However, plasmas do not perform well over 2000 meter above sea level. LCDs on the other hand, which are commonly used in laptops, have wider viewing angles and are much brighter. They also do not reflect light and have better resolution than plasmas.


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