LED TV - Light-Emitting Diode Television
Light-Emitting Diode Television, uses the concept of LEDs, which is a semiconductor device that emits visible light when an electric current passes through it. Almost all companies today are offering LED TVs as a better picture viewing option than old CRT,Plasma and LCD.
LED TVs are still LCD TVs because, it's another form of LCD TV that uses Light-Emitting Diodes to provide its light source and not CCFL (fluorescence). They come with mega dynamic contrast ratio which give brilliant picture and reduces 40% of the power consumption.