Plasmas are everywhere: restaurants, schools, diners, and furniture stores. Not real ones but rather those plastic look-alikes.

I recently went shopping for some furniture for the theater I'm putting in my house (more on that to come later) and noticed that they were all over the place. This wasn't just at low end stores, but even Pottery Barn and Crate and Barrel style stores. Is this important? Heck yeah it is. A lot of people don't care what TV they have but rather how it looks. If the furniture was designed to hold a flat screen, those people will buy a flat screen. And you know what? I didn't see one fake tube TV in any of the stores.

Mustek drops the uber-cheap 8 megapixel MDC-832Z