Is a LCD TV considered a plasma TV?
No. Both Plasma and Liquid Crystal Television offer slim profiles, but use different technology. Plasma televisions employ neon and xenon gases which are trapped between two thin layers of glass to create a digital image. Plasma TVs usually feature larger screen sizes, so most people put them where they intend to keep them for a period of time. For more on Plasma television click here. AQUOS televisions use advanced LCD technology and are the first portable flat screen televisions on the market. This makes it easy to have vivid, crisp television, wherever you want it. For more information, click here.