3D TV: Panasonic beats Samsung in early performance battle

By Alan Ng - Mar 22, 2010

You might want to take a look at this article we have found if you are thinking of purchasing a 3D TV set this Summer, as early tests have concluded that Panasonic is beating Samsung in 3D performance quality.

As reported from Zdnet, Panasonic were the first company to release their 3D-capable sets to the public last week, and has since sold out completely in the US – as stated in our previous article here.

The real news though, is that 3D performance quality looks to be superior to that of the Samsung 3DTVs, while a separate comparison of 3D glasses also favored Panasonic over Samsung. The tests by Consumer Reports also concluded that Panasonics 3D TVs provided better black levels than the Samsung models.

Although Samsung’s 3D models may be the cheapest option available to customers, it looks as if paying more will get you better 3D performance. Sony are yet to release their lineup.

Let us know your thoughts on this. Has it changed your mind about buying a Samsung set?

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Also See: 3D TVs: Panasonic out of stock in Best Buy stores

  • I'm really curious, since Samsung 3D glasses still aren't available. I think I'll test myself and then decide which to buy…but getting one is almost inevitable. 😉 Resistance is futile…