Some items have just one purpose. For example, car batteries just power vehicles. But televisions are used for more than purpose. They're for TV-viewers, movie buffs, gamers and sports fanatics. Plus they're sometimes used as a computer monitor. So which TV is best for you? It depends on how you're going to use it.
Any television will work perfectly for those who only plan to watch TV shows. LCDs come in a large variety of screen sizes, providing flexibility based on room size. LCDs aren't great in dark rooms, though. LED works well in all lighting conditions and produces rich colors and dark blacks like a plasma. However, if there's not much lighting in the room, do you know what is the best? Plasma TV. Plasma works well in no or low light situations. High-definition television is one option to enhance TV viewing. Here's a tip: Look for the highest vertical resolution, which tells you the total number of visible lines from the top of the screen to the bottom. The greater the vertical resolution, the greater the definition. A 720p HDTV is great for TV-viewers. Keep in mind that the majority of TV shows are not available in high-def, though.