flat panel display

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Noun1.flat panel display - a type of video display that is thin and flat; commonly used in laptop computers
video display, display - an electronic device that represents information in visual form
portable computer - a personal computer that can easily be carried by hand
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Consumers are continuing to spend cautiously in developed regions, especially in countries with high rates of flat panel TV penetration, so price differences can have a strong impact and LCD is expected to continue narrowing the price gap with plasma," noted Paul Gagnon, Director of North America TV Research for NPD DisplaySearch.
SamsungEoACAOs growth rate in Flat Panel TV units from 2009 to 2010 for H1 was in excess of 150 percent, whilst LED TV technology grew by more than 600 percent over the same period.
Samsung's growth rate in flat panel TV units from 2009 to 2010 for the first half of the year was in excess of 150 per cent, while LED TV technology grew by more than 600 per cent over the same period.
The company, a provider of computer accessories, said that the expanded portfolio features a wide selection of high quality, flat panel TV and monitor mounts, desktop monitor stands and project ceiling amounts ideal for the office, school or home.
In more mature flat panel TV markets, like Japan or the U.
98% of the world's TV homes are yet to purchase their first flat panel TV, meaning vendors can drive further growth by targeting these segments.
Although Samsung and LGE continue to be strong in emerging markets, Sony has approached the Indian flat panel TV market successfully with strong brand awareness and appropriate products for the Indian consumer.
The research firm's latest report forecast that flat panel TV unit shipments in China would increase from 31 million in 2009 to 59 million units in 2014, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14%.