When it comes to television technology, most of us are aware of HD, Full HD, 4K, curved, and LED. But do you know what PAL and NTSC mean? PAL refers to Phase Alternating Line, and NTSC means National Television System Committee. Both PAL and NTSC are standard systems for analogue televisions. The main difference lies in the countries where they are mostly used. The PAL TV system is the standard in Europe, while the NTSC TV system is used in North and South America. Buying a PAL system has its advantages. Continue reading “The Advantages of PAL TV Systems over NTSC TV Systems”
Buy Electronics Online:
Buying online from an electronics store can be a money saving. These stores generally offer less prices than retail stores. Also, it has been noticed that they offer more features than retailers like extended warranty, more choices, price value comparison, user reviews etc.
Buying early in the season:
If you really want to buy an electronics, no matter if its a 110 voltage electronic appliance or a 220 voltage one; plan for it earlier. For example: buying heater in winters can be a bit expensive because of rise in seasonal demand. On the other hand, try buying it in off season; you will definitely receive discount or promotional offers.
Read more about money saving tips here: http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/my-money/2010/09/23/5-ways-to-save-money-on-electronic-gadgets
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Electricity is a non renewable form of energy. We must save it not only to save money but for judicial utilization in future. And its not that hard to save electricity. One doesn’t need to install expensive solar cell system to save it. One can simply unplug electric appliances after use. It will generate savings on electricity bill as well. How? Let’s watch this video by MoneyTalkNews:
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Everybody knows how electricity was invented. Famous scientists like Antonia Anastasio, Benjamin Franklin, Luigi Galvani etc contributed with their theories and experiments. We can see the time line here:
- 6th Mar, 1650: Thales of Miletus — Static Amber
- 7th Mar, 1752: Benjamin Franklin — Lighning Rods
- 7th Mar, 1752: Benjamin Franklin — Kites and Lights!!!
- 1st Mar, 1786: Luigi Galvani — Muscle Moving Energy
- 6th Mar, 1800: Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta — Voltaic Pile (Electric Battery)
- 9th Jul, 1876: Alexander Graham Bell – Telephone
But, did someone ever wonder about the evolution of concept of Voltage? I guess very few of us knows about it. Here is a unique and differentiating info graphic depicting the Evolution of Electricity and the Journey of Voltage. It’s very important for all of us to know what set of events led to the current scenario of Voltage in the electric appliances we use at present, how voltage converters and transformers, dual voltage devices came into existence.
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People love to read reviews about a product before making a purchase. Many websites provide such information/review and thanks to the authenticity of information published, they have developed a strong community of regular readers who come seeking information in order to quench their thirst for detail.
Here is an info-graphic representing top bloggers in the industry and their outreach in Social Media. Also, it includes famous electronics invented, which has laid the foundation of human dependency on electronic appliances.