Let us take a minute to argue whether or not one should buy a small television. You could argue and say well they are too small. This would mean the picture is so small I can barely see what is going on in the movie I am watching. It could also spell disaster for the child that is trying to play his or her brand new video game because the screen is so small you can't see much of anything going on so how are you going to get any pleasure out of it. Well, then you can argue that even though the screen is so small you may just barely be able to see what is going on, what it lacks in the size it most definitely makes up for in performance.
What I mean by this, if you have ever gone to your local electronic store, take a second to look at the small televisions, you should soon come to terms and see what I mean by this. Most small televisions of any quality have such a d crisp, clear vibrant picture equipped on them that they dwarf larger semi-aged televisions. Don't be fooled, these devices may be small, compact, and look like they don't have a whole lot to offer but think again. This is because technology has advanced so much that size is no longer a definitive way to tell whether something is of any quality or not.
Then you can argue well, because it is so small, it does not have enough power to accomplish anything great audio wise. This is once again a myth, and goes back to technology. Even though they are small, once again any small TV's with any great quality have amazing crystal clear sound, and once again often times much better than the bigger older TV's. These TV's also fit great into any sized wheeled backpacks. Not to mention these kinds of televisions are easily hooked up to that brand new pink DVD players that you just bought for your little girl. There are a lot more features we could go on to argue about until the end of time, but in the end it comes down to size really doesn't matter.