LED: An LED display is often regarded as the best platform to display your content. The picture is displayed via an array of light-emitting diodes as pixels. The thin layer of backlighting allows manufacturers the ability to create ultra-thin screens. LED TVs generally have the least amount of reflection and are best for well-lit areas.
OLED: An OLED display has more control over the backlighting of the image. Each area of the screen can adjust giving blacker blacks and a higher quality image. This increased control also saves on power consumption, making this a great upgrade from a standard LED screen.
Plasma: Plasma TVs are outdated technology. Bulky equipment, the high probability of a burned-in image, and the fact that many manufacturers have discontinued their plasma lines make this a poor choice.
LCD: Although LCD screens produce a slightly thicker and heavier TV, they are a great bang for your buck. This display type still utilizes backlighting to display the image, making it brighter than plasma screens.