Plasma screen

a type of flat screen on a television or visual display unit in which the image is created by electric current passing through many gas-filled cells

a thin, high-definition television or computer display created with pixel-sized gas-filled cells that emit different colors when electric current is connected; also called plasma display , Abbr. PDP
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