3D TV Manufacturers<br />Some of the major 3D TV manufacturers are:<br />Toshiba<br />LG<br />Philips<br />Sony<br />Samsung<br />Mitsubishi<br />All have announced their plan to launch 3D TV models in market by 2011.<br />
Toshiba<br />Toshiba in Oct 2010 has launched the first 3D television sets that do not require special glasses. (as claimed by them)<br />Toshiba said the smaller version of its new sets will cost about 120,000 yen ($1,400), and the larger one will be double the price.<br />Image Source<br />
LG<br /> LG has launched the new LZ9700, a 72-inch set that is apparently the world’s largest full LED-backlit LCD 3D TV and is powered by a TruMotion 400MHz processor. <br />IT features an LED backlight that is capable of displaying 3D as well as 2D images. <br />It features Smart TV for sourcing global television as well as local providers, as well as access to LG's TV apps.<br />Image Souce<br />
Philips<br />In January 2011 Philips launched world's first cinema proportion full HD 3D LED Pro TV<br />The ultra wide TV matches perfectly with the 21:9 movie format.<br />Philips Cinema 21:9 will soon be available at flagship stores of Philips<br />Image Source<br />
Sony<br />Sony has unfurled the most awaited 3D TV set which does not require glasses <br />Over the ongoing fiscal year through 2011, Sony is projected to sell around 2.5 million 3D TV sets<br />Image Source<br />
Samsung<br />Samsung has unveiled its revamped line of full 3D televisions to the world which includes both LED and Plasma offerings.<br />The Jewel in Samsung’s 3D TV crown is the LED D8000 series<br /> Has both LED and Plasma offerings<br />Image Source<br />
Mitsubishi<br />Mitsubishi expects its 92-inch 3D TV to be the largest consumer television on the market when its launched in mid-2011<br />It uses DLP rear-projection technology from Texas Instruments, rather than LCD, LED or plasma.<br />It also includes Mitsubishi's Unisen sound system<br />Image Source<br />
When tech companies tried to make "3D TV" the catch-phrase of CES 2010, <br />many reviewers were skeptical. Scott Birnbaum, vice president of Samsung's LCD <br />business, says that the demand for 3D TV will skyrocket in the next couple of years, <br />fuelled by televised sports. ESPN plans to broadcast this year's soccer World Cup I<br />n 3D. Though nonglasses technology for watching 3D TV is not as yet suited for <br />home entertainment, it could be someday. And if 3D TV ever manages to ditch the <br />glasses, it may really take off.<br />For more information, please visit- http://bestprice3d.com/<br />Image Source<br />
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