3D TV

  • AOC launches 23-inch full HD 3D LED Razor TV at Rs 19,990 October 17, 2013

    New Delhi: AOC India has launched what is claimed to be India's first smallest 3D television. AOC's 23-inch Full HD 3D LED Razor TV is priced at Rs 19,990. The 23-inch HD 3D LED TV comes with a direct 3D key on the remote to convert and watch 2D content with...
  • Sony launches wearable 3D TV, 84-inch Bravia TV in India October 11, 2012

    New Delhi: Sony today has announced the launch of a slew of devices in India, which include Sony's 84-inch Bravia 4K LED TV, wearable 3D TV, Vaio Windows 8 laptop, Vaio Windows 8 ultrabook, full-frame Alpha 99 camera, and Cyber-shot RX 100 camera. The Sony Bravia KD-84X900 is an 84-inch LED...
  • Toshiba launches glasses-free 3D TV at Rs 12 lakh July 26, 2012

    New Delhi: Toshiba India has launched what the company claims to be the world's first large-screen glasses-free 3D TV - the RZ1. With a contrast ratio of 9,000,000:1, this 55-inch TV allows a large group of viewers, each facing the screen from a different angle, to share the 3D experience. Priced at...
  • China launches first 3D TV channel January 2, 2012

    Beijing: China's first 3D television channel started a trial broadcast Sunday, officials said. The channel - China 3D TV Trial Channel - is being jointly operated by China Central Television (CCTV) and five local TV stations in Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Jiangsu and Shenzhen. It will be formally launched during the upcoming...
  • Coming soon: the world's first 3D porn channel January 13, 2011

    New Delhi: Where porn goes others follow. The winners of the video format battles were decided by the choice of the adult entertainment industry. If history is any indicator, then 3D television broadcast is going mainstream, soon. FriendFinder Network that owns Penthouse men's magazine has announced the launch of Penthouse...
  • Toshiba unveils glasses-free 3D TV October 4, 2010

    Tokyo: Toshiba Corp. believes it has a solution for television viewers who like 3-D but hate the glasses. The Tokyo-based company on Monday unveiled the world's first high definition liquid crystal display 3-D television that does not require special glasses - one of the biggest consumer complaints about the technology. Toshiba describes...