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LG LZ9700 LED backlit 3D LCD HDTV ready to rock at CES 2011

12/27/2010, LG, the consumer electronics giant from South Korea, will certainly intend to wow the crowds over at CES 2011 with their very own LZ9700 LED backlit 3D LCD HDTV, making it the largest in the market to date. It is able to handle both 2D and 3D content with...

Toshiba Regza GL1 3D TV does not require you to wear 3D glasses

12/22/2010, Have you watched Tron in 3D already? If you haven’t done so, we would recommend you queue up for a ticket (or two) and enjoy the experience, never mind the acting and plot. Of course, entering such cinemas will require you to wear a pair of 3D...

Panasonic 103-inch TV gets 3D operational capability

11/17/2010, Panasonic certainly knows how to tease those who have the dough to splash around with an all-new 103-inch TV which comes in the form of the TH-P103MT2, bringing to the fore full HD resolution, a whopping 500 million-to-one contrast ratio (!) as well as a...

LG 72LEX9 is largest 3D commercial LCD TV in the world

10/12/2010, LG claims another world’s first scalp with the 72LEX9 3D LCD TV, where it is the largest 3D commercial LCD TV model, boasting 72-inches of viewing goodness. Boasting a full LED backlight, other specifications include a 480Hz True Motion panel, DLNA...

Ad Notam delivers mirror TV that does stereoscopic 3D as well

09/19/2010, Ad Notam, a German mirror TV pioneer, has decided to jump aboard the stereoscopic 3D bandwagon with their latest release, where it will deliver the ultimate cinematic 3D experience right in the comfort of your own living room. Both 3D and Full HD LCD...

Philips Dimenco 3D TV to usher in glasses-free future

09/03/2010, Watching a 3D movie will require you to wear a pair of active shutter glasses of sorts most of the time, but Philips thinks that is just too cumbersome, hence working together with Dimenco to reveal a 3D TV that has no need for those pesky glasses. Too...

Toshiba To Release Three Glasses-free 3D TVs Before 2011

08/24/2010, While the idea of 3D technology is really cool, most folks out there don’t enjoy wearing those cumbersome (not to mention often expensive) 3D glasses in order to get the full 3D effect. The good news is that Toshiba is planning to release three 3D...

Panasonic VIERA GT25 full HD 3D plasma TV announced

08/16/2010, Panasonic has just announced that the VIERA full HD 3D plasma TV range will be expanded with the introduction of the Panasonic VIERA GT25 Series. This 42″ piece of consumer electronics will target those who want stereoscopic 3D viewing in their...

VLogic TDM-150W 3D OLED HDTV

04/14/2010, VLogic has rolled out its first 3D OLED HDTV model for the masses, where it is known as the TDM-150W. This 15″ looker relies on a similar panel as the LG 15EL9500, so from that inference you know that the TDM-150W can hit WXGA (1,366 x 768)...

Motorola 3DTV Set-tops for cable announced

04/12/2010, Motorola has announced 3DTV set-tops for the masses, where these new models are able to detect and process 3D signals automatically so that those with the proper equipment in their living rooms will be able to enjoy 3DTV without having to lift a single...

LG LX9500 3DTV Goes Official

03/25/2010, LG will be having another entry into the 3D TV market, with its LG LX9500 3DTV, which is slated to go on sale in early May in the U.S. and Europe, albeit the TV will be launching in Korea first. The LX9500 will support the active shutter glasses needed to...

LG roadmap leaked

02/23/2010, It seems that LG has suffered from an unwanted leak, where all and sundry now know about their 2010 roadmap. Most of the TVs that were introduced at CES last month are scheduled for a March or April release, including a new 3D version of the LH9500 series...

Panasonic Announces First 3DTV With Its Viera TH-P54VT

02/09/2010, Panasonic Japan has made a rather nice announcement for 3D fans today, with the 54-inch Viera TH-P54VT and 50-inch TH-P50VT2 announced (though only the first supports 3D). Specifications for both these plasma TVs are rather impressive as they boast full...