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Samsung Smart TV offers U.S. new way for 3D content

You may remember last month we reported that a new 3D VOD App was on it ways, well now you will be pleased to know that the Samsung Smart TV will now offer the US a new way for 3D content, and the best thing is it is free. The new app is called ‘Explore 3D’, which you can access via the SmartHub interface in just one click. Once you have done this you will then have full access to the 3D on-demand streaming service.

Once there you will have access to a growing collection of free 3D content all in HD. Except a number of features from DreamWorks, as they have partnered with Samsung in this new venture. This is just the start, as later this year you can expect much more, such as paid streaming 3D. Once this service goes live you will have access to movies, and documentaries in 3D.

For those who have a 2010/2011 Samsung Smart TV, then all you need do is sign up for an account by using a computer. We can be certain that once you get a taste of this free 3D VOD streaming you will be wanting more — something that rival TV makers cannot offer. Samsung said that they needed to offer this service in order to meet consumers growing demand.

Two of the most important things for this new service are the Explore 3D app from Rovi Corporation, and the 3D Active technology used on Samsung’s Smart TV sets. With the two working in conjunction with each other you know that there are no compromises.

Will you be happy paying for your 3D on-demand streaming service via your Samsung Smart TV?

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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