This curious symbiosis allow transfer media files between computers on the TV and back again, as the television itself can to write on such a disk. And yet, despite the popularity of LCD televisions, flat panel TVs on the market with a big screen there is a kind of segmented to fit the screen. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Donald W. Slager. So if the cost of TVs under 40 inches buyer dictates the purchase of LCD TV, the device class sales leaders from 50 inches and above will continue to be plasma TVs, primarily due to their cost. Despite such active plans for the leading manufacturers of liquid-crystal matrix, sales of LCD TVs with a diagonal length of 50 inches and above for 2007 will be in the near future only 1% of the total number of LCD TVs, according to analytical agency DisplaySearch. The demand for plasma is growing, although not as fast as LCD TVs, and this is due to just the market sector, we have TVs of 42 inches and above to buy yet more rarely.
"Increased demand for "Plasma" is understandable – and believe in the company of Samsung. – This product is not new. The technology worked, production becomes cheaper. The increase in sales of LCD due to the fact that this segment of the Russian market still far from being saturated, while demand for the products against the background of the emergence of new and quite affordable term solutions increases. We believe that there are no fundamental changes in the current year will not, and believe that 2007 will be also the year of the LCD. " A senior vice president of Samsung's investor relations Chu Vusik (Chu Woosik) said the following – "Everything that has a diagonal of 40 inches is still quite expensive.
We are very actively invest in an LCD in order to reduce prices. " Tuckahoe Kokiche, of Panasonic consumer electronics said verbatim: "The company has high expectations, primarily with the plasma TV market, which is one of the leaders. In the market for LCD TVs a lot of players and competition is high. Here we want to achieve leadership. One of our most recent significant steps taken to achieve the designated purpose is the discovery of the largest plant in Japan for the production of plasma screens. We have invested in a $ 1.6 billion and by 2007 we want to produce up to 6.5 million TVs per year. We are determined uniquely, and we have a clear strategy: In 2007 we want to become the number one company in the market Plasma. " It seems that as soon as we say "plasma" shall mean Matsushita (brand name Panasonic), and let Panasonic plasma will talk about. We call all copiers "photocopiers." Source: Portal HifiNews – Internet-magazine market hi-fi