LED (3D) Displays
LED displays are a detachment of LCD displays. Rather than use conventional cold cathode florescent lamps (CCFL) to illuminate the LCD pixels, they employ tiny light-emitting diodes. There're two predominant types used by the vendors based on conventional rear (back) and the latest edge lighting.
Backlit LED displays also support the local dimming function which independently illuminates different clusters of pixels. This produces plasma-like blacks in scenes with concurrent dark and bright details as opposed to global dimming used in edge lit models. That said; the latter employs fewer diodes, which allow for slimmer displays and higher power savings.
Energy efficiency: An LED display consumes the least power among all displays with a substantial energy savings of up to 40 percent compared with a conventional lamp-based LCD model. The other major benefits of using light-emitting diodes include an extended panel lifespan, low heat emission and better eco-friendliness. The latter is due to the mercury-free design of these energy-efficient bulbs.
Ultra slim design: Another advantage of edge lighting is that it does not need the space behind the display to be large, which significantly reduces the bezel depth, giving rise to a family of ultra slim panels measuring as thin as 29.1mm in width. LED Lifespan: Approximately 40,000 hours on an average.
Upside: Plasma-like blacks on top of most of LED's advantages; high energy efficiency; ultra slim design.
Downside: Limited screen sizes from 40-inch and above; relatively narrower viewing angle.
Forecast: LED TVs will gradually replace LCD’s though the former is probably going to cost a premium in years to come. In the near future LED TVs will one day go on a wall like wall paper. LED screens still have a way to go before they are perfected and for the price to drop rather choose between a Plasma or LCD displays.
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