electronics

Snap Circuits

Join us Wednesday, July 11, 2018 @ 3 pm for an exciting and fun way to introduce children to hands-on designing and building models of working electrical circuits. The innovative kits will allow children to build exciting projects such as flying saucer, alarms, doorbells, and much more! This program is recommended for children ages 8 to 17. Space is Limited. For more information please call the branch at 832-927-5530.

LED Vs. LCD Televisions

tv view clip artI recently started looking for a small flat-screen television to put in our upstairs game room.  I expected to be looking through the traditional LCD and Plasma options when I noticed a third option, LED.  What?  Let me state for the record that I've only bought two TV's in the last two years, and those were purchased after I had two previous TV's for approximately 12 years each.  I still have a humongous 36in. tube television upstairs.  It still works, but it takes up so much physical space I'm considering replacing it.  While I consider myself somewhat of a techie, it doesn't always extend to television technology.  

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