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Samsung: 3D television to be available form March

Autor: Siobhan Hayes
02/23/2010, 11:33 CET

Now, things are getting serious 3D technology is moving into our living rooms. And now it is serious anyone who has seen the film Avatar in 3D cannot deny that this display mode has a certain charm. Now, faster than expected, it is also possible to be dazzled by the 3D cinema experience at home. In March, Samsung intends to launch three LED TV models (C7700, C8790 and C9090) in screen sizes of 40, 46 and 55 inches. The series should support all normal 3D standards and promises impressive three-dimensional viewing enjoyment. It remains to be seen whether a true cinema feeling arises with the 40-inch screen diagonals. However, the price is within the appropriate range for 3D models.

The integrated 3D processor not only supports 3D Blu-ray discs, but even processes "old" 2D content in real time in 3D. However, the matching 3D glasses are not included in the scope of supply and must be purchased separately. The firsy 3D Blu-ray disc will bet he film "Monsters vs. Aliens".

Samsung: 3D televisions already available from March. (Picture: Samsung)

Unfortunately, buying a 3D-enabled television does not mean that everything is done in order to provide it with three-dimensional image data, a matching Blu-ray player is required. Naturally, the Korean company also has this on offer. The 3D-enabled player is called the BD-C6900 and should also be available from March.

The 40-inch LCD television will be available for purchase at a price of 1,300 Euro. Additional priced are not yet available. The 3D glasses will cost around 100 Euro.

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