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I know "officially" new product updates will be announced at CES, but surely there will be some advance info. In particular anyone heard anything definite regarding the new Panasonic VT30 series 3D TVs for which there appears to already be a programmed reference for a 58 inch and 65 inch VT30 on a recently released Panasonic remote control.
 

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I know "officially" new product updates will be announced at CES, but surely there will be some advance info. In particular anyone heard anything definite regarding the new Panasonic VT30 series 3D TVs for which there appears to already be a programmed reference for a 58 inch and 65 inch VT30 on a recently released Panasonic remote control.

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://www.3d-led-tv-2011.nl/panasonic-3d-plasma-tv.html&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dpanasonic%2BVT30%26hl%3Den%26client%3Dfirefox-a%26hs%3D1ND%26rls%3Dorg.mozilla:en-USfficial%26prmd%3Divfd&rurl=translate.google.com&twu=1&usg=ALkJrhiL29_Z7BiNZXSQGQkPP6Tv0RY9kA
 

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thats a nice looking panny tv. and i would also like to see sammy come out with a Polarized 3D plasma that would be awesome

But they wouldn't be able to advertise it as "Full HD" per eye.



Xpol will work with a PDP but so far, no one has made one. Only LCDs.
 

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Any Rumors of Smaller 3DTVs?


Im hoping that someone makes a 32" 3DTV. Nvida and AMD are now supporting 3D games using standard hdmi 1.4. I want to use one as my PC monitor for some 3D gaming. Right now i think the largest monitor you can get for a PC that supports 3D is like 24".
 

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Any Rumors of Smaller 3DTVs?


Im hoping that someone makes a 32" 3DTV. Nvida and AMD are now supporting 3D games using standard hdmi 1.4. I want to use one as my PC monitor for some 3D gaming. Right now i think the largest monitor you can get for a PC that supports 3D is like 24".
Samsung to offer 32 and 37-inch 3D TVs in 2011

http://www.techradar.com/news/televi...in-2011-686423
 

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Samsung to offer 32 and 37-inch 3D TVs in 2011

http://www.techradar.com/news/televi...in-2011-686423


I see the linked article references a 40 inch Samsung presently available. Anyone compared it to the 40 inch Bravia HX800 Series 3D HDTV? I'm looking for something that I can stand as close as two feet away from while working out on a treadmill that faces a wall and am most interested in 2D quality but would be nice to have the option of 3D. Also considering the 46 inch G Series Panasonic 3D TV as an alternative. Ideally these TVs would be light enough that they could be easily removed from their wall mounts and taken to a family room for shared viewing of 3D using their included stands.
 

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hi lee , i did see the new vizio 65 inch xpol. thats a nice tv they said that there

is no ghosting or cross talk with this tech .. thats why i said plasma can you pic

a plasma xpol that looks like the moives. i guess iam just dreaming now
 
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