OctagonMade by General
Electric and used a mechanical,
rotating disc technology to display
-three inch screen
Bairedviable television system was demonstrated using
mechanical picture scanning with electronic amplification at the
transmitter and at the receiver.
CossorShowed picture in color and in black and white
MaroniMarconi phone 5-inch
tabletop combined television and
radio receiver Model 706, 1938,
incorporates 'Emiscope' picture-tube.
RCAIt is a vision-only set,
requiring an external radio to
receive the sound. It has a 5
channel tuner and a 5 inch
RCA10-inch screen, sleek Machine Age
cabinet, and sophisticated electronics,
it established a standard for postwar
television technology and helped RCA
to become a leader in that booming
Motorola"Golden View", the most popular 7-inch.
It came in both tabletop and portable
cabinets. It was one of the cheapest TVs
available at the time.
PhilcoThe Philco Predicta
television is one of the design icons
of the 19th century. The Predicta was
marketed as the world's first swivel
Philco-fordwas one of the last "vaccum tube"
sets. American television migrated
to a transitorized TV chasis.
sonyfirst television that had built in VCR and DVD player. It had
better picture and a lot more
channel with color.
Samsungone of the largest flat panel TV producers worldwide. It also introduced a ten-millimeter thick only, 40-inch LCD television panel for the first