Since this is the middle of the year, the worldwide IT industry isn't particularly active in terms of product releases, so everyone has to do with progress checks, updates and financial analyses.
This time around, we are looking at a report concerning the state of the liquid crystal display TV market and its probable progression over the next couple of months.
Apparently, the population isn't showing as high an interest in buying new screens as they used to. Then again, the opposite is true as well: the demand isn't actually low either.
As a consequence of these conditions, it is believed
that prices for LCD TVs will stay at the level they are now for a few months.
As such, if anyone is thinking they may need to buy something of the sort by the end of 2012, now may be a better time than during the holiday season, especially since the first quarter did note an average rise in their prices.