Hugh flat panel televisions were once thought of as a device for the well-heeled, not now when the cost has fallen so dramatically, this is why 3D TV’s are available for home use.
Bear in mind the time when plasma TVs first came out, they were over £1500, now you can pick up a 42″ plasma TV that is a leading brand for only £389, so in the next 3 to 5 years 3D TVs will swap the LCD and plasma monitors of today but will they be worth it?
This monitor is Samsung’s series 7 range, and is a full high-definition 63″ plasma TV with the added advantage of also being able to play 3D videos. The set is packed full of options including 4 HDMI connections so that you can link up all your HD gizmos red rock entertainment testimonials.
What makes this display so striking to me, is that in my earlier plasma screen was around 80mm deep, this beauty is only 36mm deep and will be the envy of anyones’ neighbours when one of these screens are delivered.
The monitor size is a colossal 1498 mm wide x 965 mm high x 36mm deep and weighing only 38 KG with out the bracket, who would want to mount this on a stand? Definitely you would want to mount this on your wall via the 600 x 400 VESA mount on the rear of the set.
The TV will allow you to go on the net with internet TV giving you a real clean and crisp picture from the high-resolution of 1920 x 1080 with 1080 full high definition motion.
Another good feature of this TV is the film mode (cinema progressive) providing cinema smooth movies through the 3D HyperReal engine.
So all you have to do now is find a 3D DVD or Blu-ray player and a couple of 3D films and you are all set for your primary showing, but don’t forget your 3D glasses.