[CES 2011] Vizio is aiming to make a big splash at CES 2011 by unveiling a large number of theater 3D HDTVs in sizes ranging from 22-inches to an impressive 71-inches. These 3D HDTVs are touted to offer crystal-clear, flicker-free 3D images that are up to 2x brighter and significantly reduces crosstalk compared to current Active Shutter LCD TVs. One attractive feature to end users will be the fact that the 3D eyewear is battery-free, lightweight, comfortable and works with most 3D movie theaters.
Amongst the new screens are the XVT3D476SV and XVT3D556SV, 47- and 56-inch HDTVs that are HDTVs under Vizio’s VIA Plus product line, running Google TV, offering a bunch of online media and communication services. VIA Plus HDTVs will also be able to communicate directly with the company’s VIA Plus tablets and smartphones, allowing users to play media directly from those mobile devices or use them as remote controls for the HDTVs.
As we mentioned, the company also has a 71-inch 3D HDTV, though pricing or availability hasn’t been revealed yet. Surprisingly, the model number wasn’t given either, but we’re definitely looking forward to checking out this behemoth.
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