April 19, 2010

Sharp Joins 3D TV Bandwagon


Not content to merely add yellow to its HDTVs, Sharp now plans to launch 3D TVs this summer with the same technology. The company believes that its high response speed will help eliminate "crosstalk," the ghostly double images that can occur in 3D. Sharp also plans to make displays for cellies and other mobile devices that will not need glasses, but you will still need them for the TVs.

Via Reuters

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April 16, 2010

Freakin' Friday! LCD and HDTV Prices Lowered


While others are running out to get their new 3D or Blu-ray TVs, you can take advantage of less expensive prices on HDTVs. Toshiba is offering a 15.6" Widescreen LCD with built-in DVD player. It has a 1366x768 resolution with 800:1 contrast, a 150/170º viewing angle and playback of WMA, MP3, JPEG and DIVX.


And while Samsung is hoping you will grab their 3D Bundle, you can pick up a 40", 120 Hz HDTV with a 1920x1080 resolution, stand included, for less than a third of the price. It features Auto Motion Plus, Wide Color Enhancer 3, a side-mounted USB port, PIP and Game Mode.

Via Toshiba LCD with DVD Player

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April 9, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Samsung 3D Bundle


If you are not in danger of losing your house, have a steady job and feel secure in your life, 3D is probably calling your name. Samsung is offering a 3D Bundle with 55" LED HDTV, 3D capable Blu-ray player, 2 pairs of glasses and "Monsters vs. Aliens 3D ." Included in the $3329.97 price is free shipping. Yay.

Via Samsung 3D Bundle

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March 30, 2010

Dell 3D Short Throw Projector


Dell has released a short throw projector that plugs into your USB drive and displays up to 90" images from as far away as 60". There are lots of great features, including Crestron RoomView Express software for remote operation and monitoring, a 2,400:1 contrast ratio and 2200 ANSI lumens of brightness, but the best one is that it can be used for 3D imaging. The S300w comes with a MSRP of $999.00.

Via Dell

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March 25, 2010

XpandD To Release Universal 3D Glasses


XpandD has come up with a universal 3D glasses solution. They claim that their LCD based X103 Active Shutter glasses work on almost any TV. This is the year of 3DTV so their timing is certainly right. Due out this June, they will come in 12 different colors in 2 sizes at a price between $125 - 150.00.

Via PC Mag

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March 24, 2010

NVIDIA to Release 3DTV Play


NVIDIA has announced the release of 3DTV Play, a connection for GeForce-based notebooks and PCs to HDTVs. The software app supports 1080p24, 720p60 and 720p50 3D formats. Active shutter or passive polarized glasses can be used for viewing.

The system can also convert games from 2D to 3D, will appear sometime later this spring and will be priced at $39.99. Those how already use NVIDIA 3D Vision will score a free copy. If you would like to see it in action, check out the "Panasonic Touch the Future Tour" going on through April, where you can see the Play as well as Panasonic's first 3D Home Theater.

Via Marketwire

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March 22, 2010

Sony 3D TVs to Debut in June


Sony's 3D TVs will be hitting the market this June in Japan, and should travel internationally later this year. A 46" screen will be available for ¥350,000 (~$3,875) and will come with 2 pairs of glasses. The debut is set at the same time that games will become available for its 3D capable PS3.

Via Sony

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March 12, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Pioneer Receivers Multi-task


Pioneer's latest 5.1 AV receivers can multi-task to the max. The VSX-520-K and VSX-820-K have Bluetooth capability with optional adapter, are 3D ready with HDMI 1.4 and have a Dolby ProLogic IIz decoder. Both have the "Works with iPhone" capability that allows you to download from iTunes, share with a USB composite video cable and charges your phone at the same time.

Via Pioneer

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March 9, 2010

Samsung High End 3D Glasses

3D is obviously on its way and it didn't take Samsung long to come up with a pair of glasses to go with them. Unfortunately, these come at a huge $150.00 price and are compatible only with Samsung electronics. We know that as exciting as the new technology will be when it comes out, purchasing a $3,000.00 3D TV, Blu-ray player and glasses will cost a good chunk of change.

Via IT Pro Portal

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March 4, 2010

Sony Thinking 3D For Consumers


Sony is going all out in 3D. They have already come up with the HFC Comfort-3D and the HDC-F950 cameras, and now the company's Masashi Imamura, President of Personal Imaging and Sound, said that that they are already working on one for consumers. No specific date or price was mentioned but we expect them to be like most new technology, pricey until there is plenty of competition and a couple of generations.

Via Digital Photography Review

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