Vizio is geared to launch a new line of Theatre 3D HDTVs at the CES 2011 event at Las Vegas this week.
LG has previewed a couple of its high-end LED-based LCD TV sets and a home theater audio system ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month. The two TVs, namely LG LW9500 and LG LW7700, utilize LG’s new Nano Lighting Technology.
Philips has revealed the industry’s first 21:9 movie format TV in India. The Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series should be available in stores by next year at the price of around Rs. 4-5 lakhs.
Vizio, a company that carved out for itself a substantial portion of the HD television market by developing inexpensive, high-tech TVs, has just launched 3D HD TVs that are said to be as good as the best in the market, but cost much less.
LG Electronics’s released a new 72-inch 3D LED backlit television, called the 72LEX9. This new TV is part of the company’s Infinia series of 3D and HD televisions that impressed one and all at the IFA consumer electronics exhibition in Berlin last month.
Toshiba Wednesday launched its first-ever 3D TV Cinema Series – WX800 3D LED LCD TVs. The company also announced the VX700 Cinema-series 1080p LED LCD TV, the UL605 edge-lit LED TV LCD series, the SL400 720p edge-lit LED TV series and a 3D-ready BDX3000 3D Blu-ray Disc player.
LG has revealed a full HD, THX-certified plasma 3D TV at the IFA 2010 consumer technology show in Berlin. The LG PX990 is the first TV in the world to receive THX 3D certification.
Now that we were all set to accessorize our living rooms with 3D TVs from Samsung, Panasonic and the like, Philips and Dimenco have announced that their upcoming 3D TVs will allow viewers to get the complete three-dimensional experience without the need for putting on shutter glasses.
Sharp plans to unveil its first 3D TV series, the Sharp Aquos LE925 Quattron LED series, at the IFA 2010.