When it comes to TVs, size definitely matters and a large screen is always better than a not-so-large one, especially in an age when tech manufacturers and consumers alike are constantly trying to outdo each other. Large screen TVs allow you to feel immersed in what you're watching and experience more detailed pictures and colors.
The definition of what constitutes a large screen changes over time, and this has led to manufacturers producing increasingly humongous TVs. Anything over 40 inches was traditionally considered a big screen, but these days there are TVs hitting the market that are nearly twice as big.
As more companies produce gargantuan large screen TVs, the resulting competition is likely to bring the price of these products down, making them affordable to more people.
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