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Yes, that would be just fine! You might want to get a bigger screen. 13" LCD screens on laptops are tiny, but other than that, it will be good for awhile. This wo not be a gaming machine, but it will do everything else well.

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What kind of new TV should I buy for my 85-year old grandma?

I would suggest an LCD flatscreen. VIZIO, Sharp Aquos, LG should be at the top of your list. Whenever, I go through the airport, restaurants, car dealership, or check into a hotel, one of these brands are in use. They have the same requirements you describe for your dear grandmother. In there case, if the tv goes down they lose the patience of the customer while waiting. Check around and you will see this to be true. Be sure to turn the light down on the LCD screen to 90% brightness. The bulb will last longer before needing to be replaced. Last I heard, LCD screens are good for 7 years, then they will be in need of repair, that would be a new bulb, not bad. Plasma is a gas screen application. Plasma screens cannot be fixed, they are disposable, bad deal. LED screens are wonderful, but I cannot think of one reason for the spend for your 85 years old grandmother. I would think if you get an LCD screen resolution at 720p she will be set. Of the three I listed top on my list would be LG (Hilton hotels), Sharp Aquos (Bar and Grills), VIZIO (Airports), hopefully this will help you. Very nice to help grandmother, I sure wish my grandmother had not passed and was still around for me to do the same. In her day it was Zenith, Phillips, RCA and Sony Trinitron my how things have changed. lol Best.

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LCD vs plasma vs LED TVs buying guide

A wide viewing angle is important if the television will be placed in a large living area or will be regularly watched by multiple people simultaneously - most of us will have family and friends around to watch the TV at some point! In general, plasmas have better viewing angles than LCD and LED TVs, with their images remaining solid and colourful at wide viewing angles while LCDs suffer from colour shift and loss of brightness. This is not always the case, though, so it is best to compare panels directly against each other if possible. LED televisions have superior viewing angles compared to LCDs due to their decentralised backlight distribution. Colour is an aspect that is largely independent of the television's type, relying on the processing technology independent to each manufacturer and specific screen model. However, it is important to note that plasma televisions can in theory produce brighter colours overall. LED-lit televisions using either a white or RGB LED backlight also offer a larger colour gamut than traditional LCD screens, due to an improved brightness source. Colour accuracy can be adjusted on almost all screens, whether you choose a plasma, LED or LCD TV. There is much discussion as to whether plasma or LCD screens are better at handling fast motion - sports or action movies are a great example of video footage that moves across the screen at a fast rate. A plasma screen's ability to refresh each individual cell at a much faster rate than an LCD pixel refresh means that plasma panels have an inherent advantage in displaying fast motion free of blur and jitter. New LCD screens can now update the image displayed 100 times per second - the often touted '100Hz' technology - which is double the standard 50Hz rate. This removes significant amounts of jitter from the LCD screen's image, resulting in a smoother and more visually pleasing picture. It is a great feature when watching sports where both the players and camera move often. The next generation of this technology doubles the refresh rate again to 200Hz but screens with this technology is not incorporated into all LCD TVs on the market. At present, our tests reveal that plasma TVs are still superior in handling fast motion, but the motion-handling of LCD TVs has improved greatly over the last five years. LED televisions use the same motion processing technology as LCD panels, with all panels currently on the market using 100Hz refresh rates. As LED televisions are leading the market in technological innovations, they will usually employ the latest generation of motion processing technology available, making them a good choice for watching fast motion video. Most LCD televisions require a single fluorescent backlight to be lit. Plasma televisions, on the other hand, require every sub-pixel to be lit individually. When you compare screens of equal size plasma televisions consume more power than their LCD counterparts. A 42in LCD consumes around 200 Watts in normal use while a plasma panel consumes approximately 300W. In a year of use this means the power bill for running a plasma will be 50 per cent higher than an equivalent LCD panel. Also consider the power-saving features of individual models - power-reducing features may make a plasma screen just as affordable in the long term.

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