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3D TV: Sony, Samsung, and Panasonic on video

CES 2010 is now well behind us, the biggest event for consumer electronics showed us that 3D TV will be a big player this year. The big players were all there, and they all had something to show, Sony, Samsung and Panasonic, let us take a look at some of the video reports to see them in action.

As you would imagine, Panasonic had a huge amount of technology on show at CES, but it is 3D Televisions that we are interested in. The consumer electronics maker had to make some major changes to its 2D TVs as the new version had to operate at double the speed. For more information watch the first video below.

Sony will be launching 3D TV across a number of its models, the first is the LX series, which has 3D integrated. The other two models are the HX and the NX, these can display images in 3D as it has the same tech inside, but you will need to purchase the glasses and the transmitter separately. Watch the second video below.

Samsung are doing something very different with their 3D TVs, as they do not require the use of those horrible glasses. It does this by using a lenticular film over the front of the screen; the downside is that it will not make it to the home market. The reason is because it only has a small viewing area to enjoy the 3D experience.

If you attended CES 2010, then please tell us what you thought was the best 3D TV on show.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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