News tagged ‘3d tv’
Thursday, 10 May 2012
Samsung is set to unleash their OLED televisions in the second half of the year at a whopping price of US$9,000. Expect them to come in 55-inch packages.
Thursday, 19 Apr 2012
LG continues to push ahead in the passive 3D TV segment with the release of its flagship LM9600 model. The new Cinema 3D set will showcase an improved Smart TV ecosystem as well as LG's full-array Nano LED backlighting technology with local dimming.
Wednesday, 11 Apr 2012
LG's 55-inch OLED TV, the 55EM9600, is expected to make its European debut in May during the Cannes film festival at a fetching price of US$8,000 apiece.
Friday, 30 Dec 2011
At CES 2012, LG will be unveiling the world's largest 3D Ultra Definition (UD) TV. The 84-inch 3D TV will come with a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160, four times higher than existing full HD TV panels.
Tuesday, 15 Nov 2011
Samsung Electronics ends an agreement with RealD to develop an LCD-based 3DTV capable of delivering Full-HD 3D resolution to each eye using polarized glasses.
Tuesday, 8 Nov 2011
Reluctant to make that leap to 3D? You are not alone for more than 50 percent of Americans are similarly apprehensive about purchasing a 3D TV as recent results from Retrevo.com reveals.
Wednesday, 21 Sep 2011
Toshiba beefs up its 3D TV suite with the new Regza TL868 model for the UK market. Powered by edge LED backlights, the active-shutter models will be made available in 40 and 46 inch variants.
Friday, 5 Aug 2011
Korean TV maker, Samsung, announces that its UE46D8000 active-shutter 3DTV has been awarded with the "Full HD 3D Tested" and "3D Tested" certificates from Europe's certification facility, TÃœV Rheinland.
Friday, 29 Apr 2011
LG announced the launch of its 2011 TV range for the Singapore market, delivering cutting edge innovations that promise to transform the way consumers enjoy televisions at home.
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011
In step with LG's recent 3D evolution, Philips has released two new 3D TV series sporting passive technology - the cinematic 21:9 aspect 50-inch PFL7956 & 16:9 PFL7606. Engineered with Philips' â€œEasy 3Dâ€ technology, the new passive 3D televisions utilize polarized glasses instead of active ones, with the former being typically cheaper, lighter and more comfortable to wear than their active-shutter counterparts.