For many years, consumers were accustomed to just one type of electronic display—the cathode-ray tube (CRT), used in television sets virtually since the invention of TV. These displays, while heavy and clunky, continued to be employed well into the 1990s, when we began to transition to newer, lighter and slimmer options such as liquid-crystal displays (LCDs). Outside of a brief flirtation with plasma, consumers embraced LCDs for TVs, and the technology currently represents more than 90%
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