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Top 3DTV 2011: World’s Largest LG’s 72″ LZ9700

neha dey on December 27th, 2010

Want to have the world’s largest 3DTV in the coming year? Opt for LG’s 72-inch LZ9700 3DTV, arriving in the first quarter of 2011.

Advertised as the ‘world’s largest’, LZ9700 is 59 inches wide and 40 inches tall, with LED back-lighting with local dimming, a TruMotion 400 Hz render engine, as well as a magic motion… Continue reading

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Samsung C5900 is currently the cheapest 3D Blu-ray player after the manufacturer slashed the price to only $139. The C5900 comes with almost everything you might find on a higher end player.

Spec wise Samsung C5900 has HDMI 1.4, Internet@TV support, BD-Live and Wi-Fi, fully loaded to give an out of the… Continue reading

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Two new high-end 3DTV sets have been added to Sony’s 3D Bravia range, which sports a unique monolithic design, along with an optional designer stand. The NX713 and NX813 3D TVs are two great options to bring your PS3 games and 3D Blu-rays into the third dimension.

They have the monolithic design of the updated… Continue reading

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neha dey on August 11th, 2010

Samsung launched the world’s first 3D-capable Blu-ray player today! The Samsung BD-C8000 portable Blu-ray Player offers Internet@TV, which delivers the best of the web, straight to your HDTV. It comes loaded with downloadable widgets and apps like BLOCKBUSTER, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr, Pandora and more.

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neha dey on July 23rd, 2010

Some good news for PS3 users, the developers of November’s Sly Cooper compilation are taking into consideration of including a controller-based slider that will adjust the depth of 3D displayed by the game. According to a Sony producer, being able to manually adjust the 3D depth would help consumers enjoy the game’s 3D effect without any… Continue reading

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