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  • It's still too early to see if plasma's resurgence will be short-lived, but it's expected that LED-backlit LCD TV prices will start to fall as LED shortages abate.

    Plasma TV sales rebound: Is it a long-term trend?

  • Two different plasma's interacting would make all kinds of funky tangeled and reconecting magnetic fields, no?

    Cluster Satellite Detects Rifts in Earth's Magnetic Field | Universe Today

  • In PWFA, tightly-packed bunches of electrons are fired into the plasma like bullets from a machine gun, blowing the plasma's electrons away in all directions leaving the heavier plasma nuclei behind.

    Wired Top Stories

  • With its 2009 Viera plasma TV lineup, the company is enhancing plasma's inherent advantages — deep blacks, accurate colors and the ability to handle scenes with fast motion — while addressing some of its shortcomings, such as screen reflectivity and power consumption.

    Panasonic's plasma TV plans for 2009

  • With its 2009 Viera plasma TV lineup, the company is enhancing plasma's inherent advantages—deep blacks, accurate colors and the ability to handle scenes with fast motion—while addressing some of its shortcomings, such as screen reflectivity and power consumption.

    Panasonic's plasma TV plans for 2009

  • Cold plasma's I assume you mean the equally non sequitur*, nonthermal plasma are just an unsophisticated joke!

    Hot Crescent Rolls… A Bubble? | Universe Today

  • Fact is plasma's are better image viewers and especially with HI-DEF units suchs as B-Ray or Hi-D TV signal, it is also fact that, the power consumption and heat emission is the issue with Plasma.

    Are plasma TV owners happier? | Sync Blog

  • Panasonic: Spent 40 minutes trashing LCD technology by touting plasma's superiority (it offers a 103-inch plasma for $70,000; billionaire Marc Cuban bought one, see?), then noted it also sells LCD

    CES 2007: HDTV Gets Bigger and Brighter

  • While some analysts have been suggesting plasma's days are numbered, Ross said new plasma display technologies, which will take two years to reach mass production, will help it reduce costs by as much as 33 percent, enabling manufacturers reach 1080p resolutions more efficiently, and boost performance (twice the brightness and four times the contrast of current sets) significantly. —

    Flat-Panel TV: Another tough year for companies, another great year for consumers

  • Panasonic: Spent 40 minutes trashing LCD technology by touting plasma's superiority it offers a 103-inch plasma for $70,000;

    CES 2007: HDTV Gets Bigger and Brighter

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