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Dell XPS multimedia laptops outed: Optimus, 3DTV Play & WiDi

Dell XPS multimedia laptops outed: Optimus, 3DTV Play & WiDi

Dell has outed its latest multimedia laptops, in the shape of the newly refreshed Dell XPS range.  Available in 14-, 15.6- and 17-inch sizes, the new XPS notebooks pack a choice of Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors and Optimus-compatible NVIDIA GeForce 400M GPUs.  Interestingly, they'll also be the first notebooks to ship with HD webcams that are Skype-certified.

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Sharp LC-52LB3 & LC-46LB3 AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs Unveiled

Sharp LC-52LB3 & LC-46LB3 AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs Unveiled

For TV manufacturers, getting the best quality picture to the consumer is a top priority. For Sharp, they've tried to reach that goal by introducing TVs with the Quattron technology, which successfully adds a fourth color (yellow) to the standard Red, Green, Blue. The result is a sharper image, and better colors on the screen. The same technology is now going into their brand new LC-52-LB3 and LC-46LB3 AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs, which were just announced by the company.

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Toshiba WX800 and VX700 HDTVs Available in the US, BDX3000 3D Blu-ray Player Coming Soon

Toshiba WX800 and VX700 HDTVs Available in the US, BDX3000 3D Blu-ray Player Coming Soon

When Toshiba showed off their high-end Cinema Series HDTVs, there was a bit of sadness which immediately followed the announcement that the sets wouldn't be available in the United States right off the bat. But, then a glimmer of hope, as they clarified that they would be coming, just at a later time. And finally, that time has arrived. And with it, Toshiba is bringing quite the party.

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Sony BRAVIA KDL 60NX810, 55NX810 & 46NX810 LED LCD 3D HDTVs Announced

Sony BRAVIA KDL 60NX810, 55NX810 & 46NX810 LED LCD 3D HDTVs Announced

Sony loves to bundle their announcements. No problems here, especially when they all fall in the same line of HDTVs, featuring that 3D technology you either love or hate. This time around its 3 brand new BRAVIA sets, all of which are littered with features, but also come packing that price tag we all love or hate. Jump in after the break to take in the feature set, and start saving your pennies for what could very well be your next splurge purchase.

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Samsung’s UN65C8000 65-inch 3D LED TV Costs $6,000

Samsung’s UN65C8000 65-inch 3D LED TV Costs $6,000

We all know that while 3D is making a major push for our living rooms, it's still not as inexpensive as many would like. In fact, in most cases, 3D is basically expensive. In the case of Samsung's brand new 65-inch 3D LED HDTV, there's no doubt that the price tag will match the features. So if you're not into the whole "portable" thing, and you'd much rather be firmly planted on your couch watching a TV that's way too big for your living room, here's one fantastic option.

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Sky Using 3D Technology to Cure People of Arachnophobia

Sky Using 3D Technology to Cure People of Arachnophobia

If you're a fan of 3D, and you find yourself living somewhere where you can get your hands on some Sky 3D goodness (which doesn't launch until October 1st, for the record), then hopefully you don't suffer from arachnophobia. Sky believes that with their 3D technology, which is apparently realistic enough to handle something like this, they can cure people of their fear of spiders. That's right -- by having digital spiders crawl out of your TV, they hope to make folks enjoy the little creepy-crawlers a little bit more.

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Toshiba REGZA ZG1 & F1 3DTV Models Announced, Heading to Japan

Toshiba REGZA ZG1 & F1 3DTV Models Announced, Heading to Japan

The 3D movement isn't going anywhere any time soon, and as long as the TVs that power that technology in our living rooms start lowering those staggering prices, we can honestly say that it's probably only going to get broader before it dies away. Thanks to Toshiba, there are a few new 3DTVs coming to the market, but you can be the judge on whether or not they're helping the "cheaper" cause.

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Monster’s Monster Vision Max 3D Universal Glasses Work With All Kinds of 3D HDTVs

Monster’s Monster Vision Max 3D Universal Glasses Work With All Kinds of 3D HDTVs

It's probably not an issue to most people, considering if you get a Sony-branded 3D-enabled HDTV, then you'd expect Sony's 3D glasses to work with them. And, the same goes for any other 3D TV out there. But, what if you know a lot of people, with a lot of different brands of 3D HDTVs? You need to put on a different pair of 3D glasses all the time, and that could get pretty annoying after awhile. Thanks to Monster, we don't need to worry about that anymore.

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Mitsubishi LaserVue HDTV is 75-Inches of 3D-Readiness

Mitsubishi LaserVue HDTV is 75-Inches of 3D-Readiness

It's been a long time since Mitsubishi's LaserVue made an appearance in the real world. Something like 2008, if our checks are right. It could have something to do with that whole halt in production (which was thankfully temporary) which was announced earlier last year. We can happily announce that LaserVue is back on the scene, and this time around, it's touting 75-inches of 3D, HDTV awesomeness.

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