In 1997, Fujitsu introduced the first 42-inch (107 cm) plasma display; it had 852x480 resolution and was progressively scanned. Also in 1997, Phillips introduced a 42-inch (107 cm) display, with 852x480 resolution. It was the only plasma to be displayed to the retail public in 4 Sears locations in the US. The price was US$14,999 and included in-home installation. Later in 1997, Pioneer started selling their first plasma television to the public, and others followed.
for a plasma probably about $2000 but for a regular TV probably $200
Plasma screens currently start at about $500.00
42 inch plasma
the first plasma screen television was made in 2000
only 600. depends on what kind...
I would get the plasma screen TV. They have a much better picture and they are much better to watch movies on than a LCD TV. They also cost less than the LCD TVs.
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$90,000 plus tax and shipping.
The average price for a Hitachi plasma television is around $200. This price can be much lower or much higher depending on many factors like what the seller wants for it and where one purchases the television.
A Panasonic plasma screen TV can cost as little as Â£350 or $400. They come in sizes larger than the old cathode ray tube televisions and are often 42 inches or larger.
The cheapest place to get a plasma TV would be at a flea market, garage sale or yard sale. You will not, however, have a guarantee on quality or availability.
Depends a lot on the size and type you want. obviously, the larger the tv, the more it will cost. Also, if you want plasma or LED instead of LCD or someting basic, the cost will go up.
A 37" plasma TV can cost anywhere from 100 to 500 dollars. The pricing is dependant on the features your looking for such as web conectivity as well as indivdual sales and rebate pomotions.
Plasma televisions are more expensive, even at home. The Plasma uses more watts to power it, which in turn takes more to energy to power. Therefore, the cheaper one would be LED.
Anywhere from 300$ to 2000$
It depends on the size of the plasma TV you would like to buy. A forty two inch plasma Television can cost youabout 400 dollars and a bigger one could cost up to a thousand or two thousand dollars.
When plasma televisions were new to the market, their cost was quite a deal more than their LCD counterparts, but these days, as they become more commonplace, their cost discrepancy is dropping. It's not hard to find plasma screens at low prices.
Although some people like the idea of a plasma TV over a LED TV, fact is that LED TV's actually last longer and have a less chance of 'dying' before a plasma TV does.
Average HD projectors are currently comparable in price to most LCD or plasma televisions.
There are no 15-inch plasma screens on the market. The plasma screen market is now limited to very large scale screens (50" +).