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Laser TV produces a picture which features deep blacks, rich colour and almost 3D-like picture depth complete with a full high definition resolution of 1920 x 1080.
Laser TVs are up to 30 per cent cheaper to produce which could result in products being available to the consumer thousands of dollars cheaper especially in the larger screen sizes.
Laser TV has a number of advantages over plasma which includes being a third lighter and using 25 per cent less power.
Plasmas, which are filled with phosphorous gases, on some occasions have been known to suffer ‘burn in’ when displaying static images for extended periods – a problem Laser TV owners will not have to worry about.
Laser TV can also display fast moving images without ghosting or image smearing, a drawback for some LCD screens with slow response times.
LCD and plasmas can produce about half the colour gamut, which is the amount of colour which can be viewed by the human eye, whereas Laser TV can produce up to 90 per cent.