First Introduced: 2000 Original Price: $The price was $6000 Todays Price : $599 Sold by: Panasonic Panasonic TC-P42C2 42-Inch 720p Plasma HDTV O9
Quarterly Advanced Global TV Shipment and Forecast Report. The good news is that, in 2000, the total TV shipments grew by 18 percent to 248 million units. Flat-panel TVs alone grew to 32 percent. Overall, Display Search says that developed regions such as North America, Japan, and Western Europe, will see no growth over the same time period.
cost. With low-end models selling for about $3000half the price of two years ago manufacturers seem well on their way toward making plasma displays the ultimate solution to the problem of HDTV. most students Japanese engineers, whose companies dispatched them for extended visits to Bitzer's lab, went home to an electronics industry that today dominates the development and manufacture of plasma displays.
The price of Plasma TV would continue decreasing because of the new invention like the 3D TELEVISION & LCD TV also 4D TELEVISION. People would refuse to buy the plasma TV because they are interested to new product.
Do you have a high end TV, like a Plasma ? Yes! If you can afford it, get a plasma TV looks good and is more cheaper than LCD TV. but that's because it has problems (plasma breaks down over time and has screen "burn in" issues with channel logos, size programming, issues with altitude.
Those company could made a plasma TV could work on their product to make a Plasma TV having a better performance than the new invention like LCD TV, 3D TV & 4D.
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