Why the world doesn’t have a LCL TV yet: It’s a problem worth solving
Posted On June 17, 2021
I’ve heard some folks complain that LCL TVs are slow, they are expensive, they aren’t accurate enough to be used for TVs and, as a result, they’re not worth the money they’re charging.
This is a valid point, but not everyone has to spend a fortune to get a decent LCD TV.
A lot of people are using LCL televisions to watch movies on Netflix, for example, and they’re worth the extra money for a reason.
That’s because the resolution of a LCD TV depends on how far away the image is from the screen.
The more pixels there are, the more information there is, and the more accurate it is.
A higher resolution means more pixels on the screen, which makes the picture appear sharper and more accurate, which translates into better image quality.
The higher the resolution, the better the picture, and for a lot of users, the benefits outweigh the cost of a new LCD TV and its associated accessories.
That makes the difference between a good LCD TV, which will probably never be used, and a poor one, which could eventually be.
Here are a few reasons why you should buy a new LCL-equipped TV.
First, resolution matters