3D TV

Sony PlayStation 3D monitor to miss Christmas shopping season (barely)

Sony PlayStation 3D monitor to miss Christmas shopping season (barely)

I know that my PS3 is sitting there all ready to play 3D games whenever I want to or to allow me to watch 3D flicks as well. I also know that I am in no way ready to buy a 3D TV at this point. The sets are still not cheap enough or good enough for me to think about upgrading the living room. If you feel the same, but you really have a desire for some 3G gaming on the cheap you might want to consider the PlayStation 3D monitor.

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LG whips out new DM50D personal 3D TV with passive 3D glasses

LG whips out new DM50D personal 3D TV with passive 3D glasses

LG has unveiled a new 3D TV and monitor that is sized to fit into just about any room and on your desk. The monitor is called the DM50D and it has many of the same features of the higher end Cinema 3D TVs from LG. The screen promises to be flicker free and have a bright picture. Perhaps most importantly it uses what appear to be passive 3D glasses rather than the expensive active style. The official press release on the display is one of the worst in recent memory and offers virtually no detail on the screen.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 26 2011

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 26 2011

Welcome to the latest edition of the SlashGear Week in Review. Lots of stuff happened in the tech world this week with some cool new gear turning up and a few interesting DIY projects as well. One of those DIY projects was this cool surfboard made from 72 beer cans. The board actually works too, assuming you know how to surf.

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Mitsubishi Officially Reveals Pricing For 2011 HDTVs, Including 92-Inch 3D DLP

Mitsubishi Officially Reveals Pricing For 2011 HDTVs, Including 92-Inch 3D DLP

Mitsubishi first unveiled several new HDTVs earlier this year at CES 2011. Leading the lineup was the massive 92-inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV that we got a closer look at inside the Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom. Excitement for the TVs were ramped up, but availability and pricing details were kept vague. Today, however, the entire lineup finally gets officially priced.

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Samsung Delivers 3D TV Glasses to the Masses

Samsung Delivers 3D TV Glasses to the Masses

If you'll remember back in April, Samsung let the world know about a little deal they'd be running in which with every purchase of one of their LED or plasma 3D HDTVs, you'd get two pairs of Active 3D glasses for free. That time has come, ladies and gentlemen, here come the glasses. For everyone who purchased a 2011 Samsung 3D TV from an authorized Samsung retailer between April 24th 2011 and June 25th 2011, it's time for you to grab your two free sets o' glasses.

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Samsung D9500 is 75-inches of Smart TV

Samsung D9500 is 75-inches of Smart TV

Samsung has bet big on Smart TVs as a way to lure in more customers to buy its wares. I'm not sure how well that bet is paying off right now with sales of TVs slumping this year so far. Samsung has pulled out a new TV with a gigantic screen that would be great for watching your favorite movies and streaming content from the web. The TV is called the Samsung D9500 and it has launched in Korea to start with.

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Samsung UN55D8000 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D LED Smart TV

Samsung UN55D8000 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D LED Smart TV

Ever since CES back in January, we've been hearing that 2011 will be "the year of 3D." Happily, Samsung isn't focusing entirely on the third-dimension with its new D8000 Series HDTVs: the 55-inch UN55D8000 also promises superlative 2D performance and Smart TV functionality including network streaming, all wrapped up in a wafer-thin bezel. Still, with a list price of $3,599.99, the D8000 will have to deliver in spades to justify the cost. Check out how this 3D behemoth copes in the full SlashGear review.

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CEA says that consumers want 3D cameras

CEA says that consumers want 3D cameras

This is a bit surprising to me; the CEA says that consumers are interested in 3D cameras. The thing that surprises me is that the 3D TV market isn't doing well and the 3D TV and 3D camera really go together. You can't view the 3D photos you take without some sort of 3D capable playback device like a TV or other gadget. Still the CEA reports that enthusiasts want to buy a 3D capable camera like the new Lumix range that was priced this week.

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Inside The Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom: Massive 82 and 92-inch 3D TVs

Inside The Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom: Massive 82 and 92-inch 3D TVs

Currently the world’s largest mass-produced rear-projection flat screen, the Mitsubishi 92-inch 3D TV was first unveiled at CES earlier this year. But this morning we got an up close and personal look at the mammoth flat screen along with its 82-inch sibling at the Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom. It is truly an immersive cinematic experience to be had if you can afford the price, the space, and don't mind looking like a complete dork sometimes---as illustrated below.

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