October 18, 2010

Technology - largest HD 3D TV

Samsung showing the C8000 Full HD 3D TV, which with a 65 inch all LED screen is the largest TV to support full high definition and 3D rendering.

Samsung shows largest HD 3D TV at GITEX - GITEX 2010 - ITP.net

The TV includes Samsung HyperReal Engine, a proprietary 3D processor and Precision Dimming Technology for for improved black point accuracy and motion clarity.

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The set, which is only 23.9mm thick, also include AllShare to wireless stream content from PCs and mobile devices to the TV, and [email protected], which allows access to downloadable online content, music widgets and apps like Yahoo!, Facebook and Twitter. The C8000 is also compatible with EnergyStar 4.0 guidelines.

"The C8000's 65" screen rivals the best the silver screen has to offer with an immersive Full HD 3D viewing experience at home. The sheer size of the LED screen makes even the most minute details come to life in glorious colour and depth, creating an unmatched 3D phenomenon," said Justin Shaw, general manager, TV division at Samsung Gulf Electronics.


RELATED: SONY LAUNCHES 3D BRAVIA

Sony has launched its new range of 3D HDTVs, the Bravia HX800, NX815/710 and LX900 series, in the Middle East.

The new Bravia line up are available in 40-inch, 46-inch, 52-inch, 55-inch and 60-inch screen sizes, all with full HD and 3D compatibility, with high frame rates of 200Hz (100Hz in Bravia NX710) and Active Shutter glass technology to create realistic depth and vivid 3D pictures.

In addition, the Advanced Motionflow 200Hz PRO technology and Image Blur Reduction technologies in the Bravia HX800, NX815 and LX900 deliver four times more image frames than conventional 50Hz TVs for ultra-smooth and realistic movie action, through the use of innovative backlight blinking to bring a real cinematic experience into the living room.

All models include Wi-Fi connection to access content from the internet, without the need for a PC, utilizing the XrossMediaBar (XMB) TV menu to browse content. The range also includes Eco Settings including an energy saving switch and edge-lit LED backlight technology that help reduce power consumption, while a light sensor adjusts the picture's brightness to the light available, lowering power consumption even under dimly lit conditions.

The Bravia LX900 series also includes an Intelligent Presence Sensor with face detection, which will automatically turn off the TV if it detects a face too close to the screen, to prevent children from sitting to close to the TV; along with a Picture Off Mode which switches off the screen when the TV cannot detect faces within a certain range and adjusts the TV's viewing-position control and left and right sound balance, to suit the viewer's position.

Osamu Miura, managing director, Sony Gulf FZE, said: "The new Bravia 3D LED TVs offer a window into Sony's immersive 3D-world ambience. They hold the key to the most exciting home entertainment experience we have ever created. Given that Sony is a pioneer in the technology that is used to generate original 3D content worldwide, our Bravia 3D LED TV is a must-have innovation for every consumer to take home."

Posted by staff at October 18, 2010 07:42 AM