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It is hard to believe that the first television started as a rotating disc and the neon lamp which gave a blurred image the size of a business card. These early television began to become available around 1928 and 1929, and looked a little like a dresser with a small porthole in it. American engineer Philo Farnsworth transmitted the first television image in 1927 – a simple transfer of only sixty horizontal lines. The image is transferred? Appropriate, a dollar sign.
Dollar Signs Transform into Dollars
As Philo Farnsworth died in 1971, television was already standard equipment in U.S. households, and color television was becoming ubiquitous – by 1972, half of American households owned color television sets. The race was started to sell more TV, better TV, and higher resolution on TV. The race has not stopped yet: recent advances in TV technologies include plasma TVs and LCD TVs, along with a number of other new technologies currently competing for the title of the latest and greatest TV technology.
Plasma Screen Televisions
It was in 1983 that IBM invented the first plasma screen, but it was not until 1992 that the Japanese company Fujitsu introduced a 21-inch, full-color plasma display. Two years later in 1994, Panasonic Corporation began an effort to produce plasma TVs on a large scale.
Plasma displays were the primary screens used for high-definition television or HDTV, until the early 2000′s. Until that time, it was widely believed that plasma screens were the best screens for large screens (over 40 inches) and LCD monitors were thought to be only suitable for smaller TV.
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