3DTV sales did not really take off in a way that many would have expected, as the jump from Full High Definition to 3D is a totally different ballgame compared to Standard Definition to High Definition. Still, that has not stopped TV manufacturers from churning out 3D-capable TVs, and Philips is one of them, releasing a couple more models that can support dual-view gaming in order to allow different players see separate screens – simultaneously. The Philips PFL6007 and PFL7007 are the top-of-the-range models just in case you have been saving up for one of these and have the cash to splash around when they hit the market.
How does this sort of wizardry work? Well, the TV’s 3D integrations will split the image on the screen into two, where one user will wear a pair of 3D glasses, letting them view one image on the left side of the screen, and the other will put on a different pair of glasses in orer to check out just what the right side shows. Individual viewpoints will be blown up to the TV’s actual screen size for your benefit. Other hardware specifications include built-in Wi-Fi support and 3D capability.
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