Digital LED screens have totally wiped out their analog counterparts. Except in old movies, you hardly ever see any non-digital display screens for televisions and computers, these days. LED stands for light emitting diodes, which has become the de facto standard for modern electronic displays.
Working in tandem with digital technology, electronic displays generate the most vivid images, moving or otherwise. The key, of course, is the resolution of the screen. Generally, the higher the resolution, the better the picture quality.
Also, the bigger the screen is, the higher the likelihood that a viewer will be captivated to watch. Viewers also tend to enjoy the experience if they do not have to squint or move closer just to be able to behold the image or video currently playing.
On the money side, digitized images on a LED platform do not consume as much electricity as opposed to analog technology. With so many advantages on its side, it’s easy to understand why anything digital tends to swallow its competition.