It is used in the traffic lights, the TV has taken it and it is the newest representation in the dictionary – the LED. Normally the light emitting diode, it is the semi-conductor source of the light. The former light emitting diode developed in 1962 which provid small intensity red light. And now 50 years from then, the Diodes are being used in number of applications in so many electronic gadgets, such as cars (indicators, break lights) and also in the traffic lights.
The LED lights has been used in the Samsung LED TV at the rear of the screen, around the whole of the back, or just around the perimeters (edge lit). These LED TVs are also the power savers and there are feedback from some consumers that it is up to 50 per cent more effective in energy ratings.
The Samsung LED TV is wall mountable and can also be transferred from one room to another. And due to the use of LED, this TV can work very well in both the darker as well as the lighter rooms. Both the 2D and 3D are considered and some of the models are capable of changing 2D to 3D by just touching a button. There is no doubt that the sports and movie lovers will favor this.
Some of the pros and cons of this LED TV:
Compact and slim
Clear and quality picture
No delay or warm-up time