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