Plasma televisions use plasma technology to create slim line flat screen TVs. The pictures on plasma televisions are created by the mixing of photons with gases. These models are becoming more and more popular with TV viewers as they offer a range of benefits from both viewing and location perspectives.
For example, plasma technology allows the build of larger TVs that integrate the use of flat screen technology. So, although you can potentially get a huge screen, you won't have a huge TV as these models are slim-line. If you are looking for a large home theatre TV solution then this may well be the answer for you. The brightness and colour of these TVs is also held to be much superior to standard models and they are held to be able to create a 'perfect' black image which plays a big part in the quality of image reproduction that you see on any TV screen.
Like LCD TVs plasma models also perform well in all kinds of lighting conditions and can be placed in all kinds of locations in a room. For example, plasma TVs can easily be suspended from a ceiling or mounted on to a wall. In many cases plasma TVs will also be HDTV capable or HDTV ready.