3d tv

 
  • Consumer Reports plays with the latest 3D TVs

    If there's new TVs or coffee makers, Consumer Reports will test them out. That's the case with the new Samsung and Panasonic 3D TVs and the company just posted a early hands-on look that actually reveals some differences. It's totally worth your time even if you don't plan on jumping on the 3D bandwagon this early on. Read More

  • This is not my beautiful 3D television: How gaming will change the 3D equation

    This is not my beautiful 3D television: How gaming will change the 3D equation

    I’ve been thinking about this quite a bit in the past few weeks and Adam Frucci wrote something that caught my attention, concentrating my thoughts the way a seed crystal builds boules of material in the Czochralski process. Gaming will make or break 3D. I don’t care if James Cameron sends miniature 3D cameras into Leonardo DiCaprio’s urethra during his “king of the… Read More

  • Panasonic invites you to touch the future

    Panasonic invites you to touch the future

    While I’m not sure how this dude is holding up that little boy, they are both enjoying the magic and majesty of 3D TV in the comfort of a Panasonic-sponsored pop-up display at a mall near you! How do I know this? Well Panasonic just announced their road show and they may be heading to your town, provided your town is relatively affluent and somewhere the guys who planned this thing wanted to… Read More

  • Best Buy Magnolia stores to sell Panasonic 3D bundle starting tomorrow

    Best Buy Magnolia stores to sell Panasonic 3D bundle starting tomorrow

    Samsung will soon have a bit of competition in Best Buy's 3D TV department. A $2,899 Panasonic VT20 plasma, Blu-ray player and 3D glasses bundle will go on sale tomorrow expect not all Best Buy stores. It's a Magnolia exclusive. Read More

  • The Field Guide To Modern 3D Glasses

    The Field Guide To Modern 3D Glasses

    You might want to take a different approach when shopping for a 3D TV than a standard HDTV. Instead of just looking at the picture quality, you should also take a serious look at the brand's 3D glasses. Some show some clear advantages to purchase that brand's 3D TV and until there's a standard format for 3D glasses, each brand requires its own unique glasses, thereby locking you into that… Read More

  • Sony reminds us of the high cost of first generation 3D TV

    Sony reminds us of the high cost of first generation 3D TV

    3D TVs are coming whether we want them to or not. TV makers and content providers aren't testing the water - they're jumping head-first and pulling consumers in, too. But like high definition a few years back, early adapters will be forced to pay a high premium and suffer through a format war of sort before it really catches on. Take a look at Sony's just-announced 3D lineup: The company… Read More

  • Sears starting to take pre-orders on 3D TVs

    Sears starting to take pre-orders on 3D TVs

    Get ready, the 3D revolution will be televised. Sears has started offering pre-order pricing on Samsung's 3D televisions, with some models expected to be available in stores later this month. Sears is also starting to advertise a Blu-ray player with 3D glasses as well. Read More

  • Acer releases first 3D-ready projectors

    Acer releases first 3D-ready projectors

    Just when you thought it was safe to go into Best Buy, Acer has officially released the H5360 and X1261 DLP projectors, two 3D-ready projectors. The H5360 costs $699 and projects at 720p (1280x720 pixels) while the X1261 costs $579 and projects at XGA resolution. The first projector displays in 16:9 format at 2500 ANSI lumens and has HDMI in as well as component and s-video in. The X1261 has no… Read More

  • Panasonic develops 50-inch full HD 3D plasma TV for Blu-ray movies

    Panasonic develops 50-inch full HD 3D plasma TV for Blu-ray movies

    Panasonic has been toying with the idea of bringing 3D TVs to our homes for quite a while now, and today the company announced they will be showcasing a 50-inch full HD plasma TV [press release in English] that's capable of producing high-quality 3D pictures. End consumers will have the chance to test the TV out during next week's CEATEC 2009. Read More

  • Sony pimping 3D this year

    Sony pimping 3D this year

    This is not what Sony’s solution will look like The FT is reporting that the Sony press conference I’m about to attend here at IFA in Berlin will feature lots and lots of 3D televisions, news I’m hard-pressed to describe as exciting. Sony is working on releasing more 3D compatable Bravia TV and content is coming for the PS3 and Blu-Ray. What does this mean for you and when will… Read More