Originally Posted by csgamer
Do the sammies crush the black detail then?
I think they do. I owned a Sharp a few years back. (It was a television). But the televisions, in that time didn`t have the sharpness or the color accuracy that the Sharp had. Of course, the Sony Trinitrone in Japan, had very accurate and sharp pictures. Then the new-kid-in-town, Samsung.
Color accuracy was very off. Flat panels, still new. Panasonic plasma`s came to life, then, Liqiud displays, started hitting shelves.
Of course, Panasonic, made promises for making unbelievably large dispalys for the masses. Economic problems and liquid displays for laptops started taking off, making the idea a long-shot for high profite.
Liquid display was a common household item in every day life. I remember a 3mm thick calulator with a display from sharp, way back in 90`s, very cool technology. (It was during the bubble economy in Japan, when new idea`s were being applied) discontinued.
Sadly, ( I think it was ) the recession caused many discontinuation, in ideas and progresses of many day technologys`.
I guess, Samsung, naturaly would make the revenue to survive. They may, or may not, continue to emulate the path, of the old companies, but the idea is a cliche.
The end, in my experience, the intuition of the individual is the ultimate factor in the decision on what they decide to purchase.
Go with your gut.