LG has finally released the 47-inch 47LW9800 and 55-inch 55LW9800 3D HDTVs in the South Korean market. Both are ultra slim HDTVs and feature full LED technology, LG’s True Motion 480Hz and passive 3D glasses for all of your 3D viewing needs.
These 3D HDTVs also support LG’s Magic-Motion remote control, LG’s Smart Board, a web browser and Wi-Fi, so that you can stream media from your smartphone or computer wirelessly to your TV. No info on pricing yet though.
Haven’t gone 3D yet. You are far from the only one. But if you want to get your 3D on, ViewSonic is offering this 24-inch V3D245 monitor. It features a 1080p LED-backlit panel, an NVIDIA 3D Vision wireless emitter and a pair of 3D Vision glasses.
Other features include a 120Hz refresh rate, two millisecond response time, HDMI 1.4 socket and 300 nits of brightness. There’s also a three-year limited warranty. It will cost you $499 later this month.
Sony’s latest Cyber-shot camera takes 3D photos. The DSC-TX55 is also ultra-thin and compact. It measures just 12.2 thick, with a 16.2 megapixel sensor, the ability to record video in Full HD AVCHD, a 10X zoom, and the ability to take 3D photos.
It also features a super thin 5X optical folded zoom lens and a large 3.3″ Xtra Fine OLED wide touchscreen for viewing your photos. The Sony Cyber-shot TX55 digital camera will retail for $350 when it arrives in September in purple, gray, or black.
LG Korea has announced the DX2000, a new 20” LED Backlight 3D Glasses-Free monitor that comes with an integrated Web Camera for basic Video Conference needs and it also features LG’s Eye Tracking technology.
It tracks your eyes in real-time and can fine-tune 3D images for the best experience no matter your position. LG also fitted its DX2000 with the usual 2D to 3D conversion technology and it will arrive on the market shortly in Korea.
Samsung has just released a stylish new 3D LCD monitor, the S27A950D, for the European market. This 27 inch monitor features a 120Hz panel, it is LED-backlit and provides 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, and a 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
Other features include 300 cd/m2 brightness, a 2ms response time, and comes with a pair of active 3D glasses. There’s also a built-in IR emitter for synching with the 3D glasses, dual-DVI, HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2 connectors. The S27A950D is available for pre-order in Europe for about $812.
3D is the latest gimmick to get you into theaters, but maybe you don’t want 3D. Maybe you are sick of it. Maybe it even makes you sick or gives you a headache. Not everything needs to be 3D. These 2d glasses can help.
3D movies show two overlapping images on the screen, with one image for the right eye and the other for the left eye. 3D glasses darken the eye that is not meant to see the image. 2D glasses takes the image for the right eye and shows both eyes. What you get is plain old 2D.
This 23-inch Full HDTV comes with a pair of 5W speakers, a USB port, MP3 file support and on-board 2D to 3D conversion. Those living in South Korea can purchase the LG MX235D Cinema 3D HDTV for 480,000 Won (about $443).
Sony and Nintendo have embraced 3D, but Microsoft’s Xbox 360 has yet to actively support it. Xbox senior product manager David Dennis says that the company is taking a wait and see approach and you can’t really blame them.
He says that Microsoft will not implement 3D in the 360 until 3D proves its staying power and gamers demand it.
Mitsubishi is releasing their not so affordable 92-inch 840 3D DLP Home Cinema TV next month. It features a resolution of 1080p, so that you can enjoy your high-definition Bluray and DVD movies the way they were meant to be seen.
The HDTV also uses DLP rear-projection technology, features a built-in emitter, four HDMI inputs, Bluetooth for audio streaming, the Jade user interface and a 120Hz sub-frame refresh rate. It’s priced at a steep $5,999.
Westinghouse is now finally ready for 3D, with the 47-inch W47S2TCD. It comes with four included pairs of 3D glasses, a passive 1080p 3D display, 3:2 pulldown, three-way selectable color temperature, and a backlight enhancement tool called DayBright.
But that’s not all. They are also unveiling five other TVs and one of them is a connected TV: the 46-inch WC-4625T which has access to Netflix and Vudu. The 47-inch 3D TV will be available at Best Buy, Costco, and Target for $1199.
The DXG-018 3D pocket camera will allow you to create your own viewmaster like 3D content. Think of it as a modern day viewmaster in camera form. For $69.99, the DXG-018 3D pocket camera comes in five different colors: pink, lavender, orange, green and yellow.
The DXG-018 is a dual-lens 3D camera that saves pictures onto an SD memory card. Then they can be printed as side-by-side images with dotted lines so you can cut them, fitting them to size in the included 3D cardboard viewers. Then just slide them into the viewer for a 3D experience.
The latest excuse to sell you on wearing dorky 3D glasses is the JVC DT-3D24G1 3D WUXGA Monitor which comes with said glasses. JVC’s new DT-3D24G1 24-inch 3D WUXGA monitor is said to offer excellent image quality and a robust design.
The monitor produces a 1920 x 1200 resolution, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio and a 16:10 aspect ratio. The JVC DT-3D24G1 will hit Japan next month. Each purchase comes with a free 3D RealD glasses. Do you want one or are you tired of 3D?
The ViewSonic V3D245wm-LED is a 24-inch smart monitor that features a built-in 3D emitter, a 20,000,000:1 maximum contrast ratio for amazing color accuracy and high level picture details. The ViewSonic V3D245wm-LED also boasts an ultra-fast 2ms response time, 16:9 widescreen, Full HD 1080P, a built-in SRS Premium Sound and a scanning rate at 120Hz.
It also supports the HDMI 1.4 input and fully supports current mainstream 3D devices. This is a powerful monitor from Viewsonic.
This new all-in-one from LG was shown off at Computex. The high-end configuration gets you a second generation Intel Core i7 processor, AMD Radeon HD 6650M graphics, a 750GB hard drive, 8GB of RAM, and a Blu-ray player. It is just a 1.8-inch thick frame.
The V300 is rocking a multitouch 23-inch Film-type Patterned Retarder (FPR)-enabled display that offers 3D with polarized glasses required. This one is scheduled for a Korean launch in July, it will hit Europe, the Middle East, and other parts of Asia soon after.