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Plasma was thinner than CRT  - Plasma was thinner than CRT
Fri, Nov 17 2017 | 9:02AM | Filed under: Monitors| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

Since displays have moved on from the great, big, hulking boxes of plastic and glass they used to be in the CRT days, there is one trend that has been fairly constant: an increased drive to become ever thinner. Plasma was thinner than CRT by a very dramatic margin. CCFL-backlit LCDs made plasma displays look obese before they were, in their turn, superseded by slimmer LED-backlit LCDs. Then OLED came along and showed how thin a display could really be. But with its aptly-named Moda Slim 245C7QJSB, Philips aims to demonstrate that LCD can still impress in the supermodel stakes.

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