The evolution of television

If you are planning to buy a new TV any time soon, the decision which one to buy will not be as simple as you may think. You’ll have to consider many things such as the size of the screen, display type (plasma, LCD, LED, or OLED), resolution, and so on. The choice is huge these days, plus new models keep coming out with all those cool and interesting features, but as you know that was not always the case. TVs come a long way to be as great as they are today. Take a look at the photos below to see how the television has evolved.

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1928 – Octagon

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1930 – Baird

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1936 – Cossor

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1936 – Emyvisor

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1937 – Marconi

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1938 – Pye 817

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1939 – RCA TT-5

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1946 – RCA 621

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1948 – Admiral 19A12 tabletop television

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1948 – Motorola VT 71

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1949 – Raytheon M1101

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1953 – Sharp TV3-14T

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1958 – Philco Predicta

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1966 – Curtis Mathes

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1975 – Philco B442FTG

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1983 – Zenith B&W TV

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1998 – Sony Trinitron

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2007 – Samsung

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2015 – 4k curved TVs (Samsung, LG, Sony, Panasonic…)

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