Choosing a new TV is not a simple process. There are a number of brands available today, boasting different features and offering varied panel sizes within the same price range. We will compare the differences between the following television types; Smart tv, LED tv and LCD tv.

Smart TV

Smart TVs, much like smartphones and smart home devices, offer internet connectivity and support for a range of apps. This opens up a world of new entertainment options, from streaming video on Netflix and Hulu to playing games, checking social media, and controlling a whole house full of connected gadgets.

Smart TVs are also gaining more smart home features. Many TVs are compatible with other connected devices in the home, including lights, door locks, and other sensors, and some TVs even include a dedicated dashboard for controlling all of the devices in your connected home.

LED TV

LED stands for Light Emitting Diode televisions or screens which help in showing the images in a light and clearer manner. It is a development on the previous LCD televisions. It is a flat-screen device which does not use a fluorescent light to perform its functions. Instead, it uses hundreds of small LEDs that are placed throughout the display. The main benefit of this type of filter is that pictures contain both lighter and darker shades so there is no one type of source for display. The main disadvantage is that even if the television is turned off from the remote but the plug is switched on, it will keep on using the electricity to run the diodes.

LCD TV

LCD televisions are known as Liquid Crystal Display televisions and use the technology with the same name to display images on the screen. They are also flat in texture and lighter than the previous versions such as Cathode Ray Tube, which were of the same size but had more thickness and weight. There are few disadvantages of this as well because of which newer technologies have taken over but better image quality, contrast and color management have made it a part of every household. It was able to introduce a better aspect ratio because of which people were able to watch movies and other videos on their device since different USB ports were also available.

Major Difference Between the Three

  • Smart television is internet-based, while LCD and LED do not require the internet to function.
  • Smart TV has its own channels and content along with the terrestrial networks while the other two just show the channels which are provided by the broadcaster.
  • The picture quality of LED is better than that of LCD while high definition content is also available on smart television.
  • There is no option of size on Smart TV, LED television has fewer choices while LCD television has the most options in shape and size.
Smart TV LED TV LCD TV
FUNCTION
Works as an online device that shows all the programs that a person can watch regularly. Light Emitting Diode televisions or screens which help in showing the images in light and clearer manner. Are known as Liquid Crystal Display televisions and use the technology with the same name to display images on the screen.
PRICE
Smart televisions are the costliest LED televisions are costlier than LCD televisions. LCD is relatively cheaper than the LEDs.
ADVANTAGE
Can work on all types of visual devices so they do not have any such display issues. Light Emitting Diode televisions had more brightness which was spread uniformly. Liquid Crystal Display televisions had better control, but the brightness was not uniform.
INTERNET
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All in all, it can be said that the three televisions are very different from each other in the way they are used. Now that you know their major differences, it is time you choose which type of television you need in your household