Saturday, January 09, 2010

CES 2010: List of 3DTVs!

Michael here with a rundown of all the 3DTVs I saw at CES. I asked the company representatives for the model numbers and sizes of their 3DTVs. All except the JVC are based upon frame sequential technology, which employs shutter glasses.

The Panasonic system still has the most rock-solid, movie theater quality 3D of the bunch, but the others are all extremely close. I have a hunch that Panasonic wins because it requires dual HDMI 4 cables in its system, which it claims are necessary for true 1080P60 per-eye 3D.

Anyway, here are the 3D TV's from CES (expect them all by mid-2010):

Panasonic:

VT25 - Plasma - 50, 54, 58, 65 inches
VT20 - Plasma - 50 inches

Sony:

LX - LED - 40, 46, 52, 60 inches (emitter built into TV)
HX - LED - 52, 55 inches
3D OLED - 24 inches

Samsung:

C7000 - LED - 40, 46, 55 inches
C8000 - LED - 46, 55, 60, 65 inches
C9000 - LED - 46, 55 inches

Series 750 - LCD - 46, 55 inches

7 Series - Plasma - 58, 63 inches
8 Series - Plasma - 58, 63 inches

3D OLED - 31 inches

Some (if not all) of these TVs can convert 2D to 3D in real time

Toshiba:

Cell-powered LED - Genesis models - 55, 65 inches
Cell-powered LED - Illusion models - 42, 47, 52
Can convert 2D to 3D in real time.

Sharp:

LED model - 60 inches

JVC:

GD-463D10 - LED - uses polarized glasses with polarizing film over screen

LG:

LE9500 - LED - 47, 55 inches
PK950P - Plasma - 60 inches
LEX - LED - 60, 72 inches

Hisense:

LED - 55 inches

TCL:

LCD - 46 inches

Exciting, isn't it? 3D will be arriving in the home in spectacular fashion quite soon. If I'm missing any models, please let me know in the comments below.

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