January 15, 2010 by Steve Crowe
CES 2010 in Las Vegas was all about 3D.
There were 3D Blu-ray players, 3D network announcements from ESPN, Discovery Channel, and DirecTV.
And we had a slew of new 3D TVs from Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, Toshiba, and LG Electronics. Tack on James Cameron’s “Avatar” exploding at the box office and signs point to 2010 being the year 3D home theater arrives.
The TV manufacturers haven’t released many details about pricing and availability, but they are promising to deliver 3D TVs at some point in 2010. The news and upcoming releases at CES join units already on the market from JVC, which showed its projection and GD-463D10 monitor, and Mitsubishi, which added a 3D Blu-ray adapter for its 3D TVs.
We’ve rounded up 3D TVs that were introduced at CES 2010. If you know of others, please leave information in the comments.
Click here for 3D TVs from CES 2010.
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