Cathode Ray Tube Televisions (CRT TV)
Remember that huge box tv you had? You know, the TV that could also be used as a table? The cathode ray tube television, or CRT TV, was first created and marketed for commercial sales, by the German manufacturers, Telefunken, in 1934. By 2015, however, the majority of people have either LCD, or Plasma televisions by now. But there's still a large amount of sales reported every year for CRT model TV's. Still being used to varying degrees throughout the world, the majority of CRT TV's purchased are child themed models - such as Barbie and Cars, yet many others prefer them for their ability to handle multiple resolutions and display colors more accurately than that of an LCD type. They are also particularly popular in South America and Asia, because of their cheaper costs. With many electronics companies ceasing production of CRT TVs and subsequently their parts, these antiquated relics are nothing more than slow rotting corpses of technology past.