LG LD950 passive 3D TV coming to UK

LG is rolling out the UK’s first passive 3D TV in May. Dubbed the LG LD950, it promises to offer sharp 3D images at a cut price compared to the active 3D sets it currently touts.

 

Passive tech is generally regarded as being inferior to active, tickling the image using an overlaying filter to send half of an image to the left eye and the other to the right. Best of all, they can be used with cheaper polarised 3D specs, which can be picked up for less than pricey active efforts.

 

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Related links:
LG to launch full 3D TV line in May
First Samsung 3D TVs available worldwide
Sky 3D online pub finder launched

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LG says four pairs of specs will be bundled with the LD950 when it hits stores in May. On top of those 3D skills, the LD950 is set to include Full HD, four HDMI ports, 200Hz TruMotion and USB support to boot.

 

Prices are set to start at around £1,500, meaning that by Christmas we could at last see a 3D telly slip beneath the one grand mark. If that’s still too much, don’t forget you can use Sky’s 3D Online Pub Finder to find a boozer showing Premier League games in three dimensions.

 

Via: Hexus


LG is rolling out the UK’s first passive 3D TV in May. Dubbed the LG LD950, it promises to offer sharp 3D images at a cut price compared to the active 3D sets it currently touts.

 

Passive tech is generally regarded as being inferior to active, tickling the image using an overlaying filter to send half of an image to the left eye and the other to the right. Best of all, they can be used with cheaper polarised 3D specs, which can be picked up for less than pricey active efforts.

 

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Related links:
LG to launch full 3D TV line in May
First Samsung 3D TVs available worldwide
Sky 3D online pub finder launched

——————————————————-

 

LG says four pairs of specs will be bundled with the LD950 when it hits stores in May. On top of those 3D skills, the LD950 is set to include Full HD, four HDMI ports, 200Hz TruMotion and USB support to boot.

 

Prices are set to start at around £1,500, meaning that by Christmas we could at last see a 3D telly slip beneath the one grand mark. If that’s still too much, don’t forget you can use Sky’s 3D Online Pub Finder to find a boozer showing Premier League games in three dimensions.

 

Via: Hexus


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