2010 3D imaging technology into homes

May 27th, 2010 by dvdxplayer 1,778 views |Comments Off

Japan’s Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. said on the 9th, this electronics giant plans to launch on April 23 this year, the world’s first 3D full HD plasma TV.

Matsushita said, this Viera Plasma TV is divided into two 50-inch and 54-inch models, 50-inch models priced at 430,000 yen prepared (about 4800 U.S. dollars), 54-inch models priced at 530,000 yen developed (about 5900 U.S. dollars).

Also at the April 23, Panasonic will launch a 3D video recording and playback features Blu-ray Disc player. If consumers purchase 3DViera TV and Blu-ray disc player, and do not have the 3D capabilities of the Viera TV and playing Blu-ray players compared to just spend 90,000 yen (about 1004 U.S. dollars). (DVD decrypter)

Some economic analysts say, the 2010 3D imaging technology into the homes of ordinary people. Panasonic introduced the first 3D electronic products may affect other electronic goods manufacturers pricing.

DisplaySearch forecasts the U.S. research institutions, to 2013, the global 3D TV sales may from 120 million in 2010 soared to 15 million units.


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