Articles By William L. Coggshall

Large-format flat panel displays selling at a blistering pace

Flat panel monitors – models marketed without a digital tuner – have become mainstream consumer products according to Pacific Media Associates (PMA), a Menlo Park, Calif.-based market research firm. These newly released figures

Published on: October 27th, 2004 William L. Coggshall

Large format plasma and LCD displays attractive to channel

According to a recent survey from Pacific Media Associates (PMA) of Menlo Park, Calif., key North American resellers of large-format (20+ inches) displays perceive that both plasma and LCD technologies have roughly equal

Published on: November 12th, 2003 William L. Coggshall

Plasma market to double

North American buyers of plasma displays (and 20+ inch LCD displays) have recently put a dent in the "bigger is better" theory commonplace in the market for large flat panel displays (FPDs), according

Published on: July 30th, 2003 William L. Coggshall

Large-format flat panel monitors on the rise

The worldwide market for 30+ inch flat panel display sets is expected to grow from 605,000 units in 2002 to 4,675,000 units in 2007, a compound annual growth rate of 50 per cent,

Published on: June 4th, 2003 William L. Coggshall

Smaller plasma screens in big growth curve

North American buyers of plasma displays (and 20+ inch LCD displays) have recently put a dent in the "bigger is better" theory commonplace in the market for large flat panel displays (FPDs), according

Published on: May 21st, 2003 William L. Coggshall

Resellers select top projectors

Mitsubishi is on top of the projector world thanks to its top scores on six of the 25 aspects of an annual survey conducted by Pacific Media Associates (PMA), the Menlo Park, Calif.-based

Published on: January 29th, 2003 William L. Coggshall

Projectors are brighter, lighter and cheaper

The rapid changes in product mix and pricing in the super-competitive projector market demand equally rapid tools for measuring those changes, so that manufacturers can continually adjust their pricing and other marketing and

Published on: November 27th, 2002 William L. Coggshall

DLP projecting worldwide appeal

Worldwide consumer demand for front projectors utilizing DLP, polysilicon, or D-ILA imager chips is growing rapidly. The sector is up from 28,500 units in the first calendar quarter of 2002 to 30,900 unit

Published on: October 2nd, 2002 William L. Coggshall