Nippon Electric Company which is more commonly known as NEC is an electronic company that was established as a joint venture with the Western Electric Company by Kunihiko Iwadare. The company has experienced revolutionizing developments for over 100 years of its innovation. NEC was established in 1899 as the first foreign capital enterprise in Japan. From years of development from the first computer to the first TV broadcasts to the making of one of the very first Supercomputers and personal computers till today has led to NEC being one of the most technology driven and innovative electronic companies residing in the world up to date.
Arrival of LCD TVs:
In the contemporary world, where everything was going digital and smart. Major electronic companies considered revolutionizing the televisions too in a manner to provide convenience and comfort to the consumer. Thus, high-end competitors like NEC took televisions a step further to produce something as sleek and slim as a panel television that could be placed over a wall. Liquid crystal display television commonly known as the LCD TV became the center of innovation for all the major electronic companies to be produced in the world. It quickly gained popularity due to its versatile and vibrant design and a sleek look attracting the younger generation up to date. The new LCD TVs have replaced the traditional flat screen TVs by 70-80%.
With the launch of the all new NEC LED TV, the world of electronics took televisions further into technology where light emitting diodes were being used in televisions for better picture quality and resolution with saving more electricity. NEC became one of the global lead producers of LED TVs proving to be a high-end competitor in the International market.
This rising trend of purchasing LED TVs contrary to the conventional flat screen televisions provided innovation and a motive to NEC to revolutionize its company to focus more on technology in their televisions. Since then, NEC has introduced, many developments and advancements in their televisions from going smart to introducing 3D televisions making a firm position in holding a major market share of televisions globally.