At the CEA Line Show, multiple television manufacturers displayed their 3-D TVs. Here is a list of all them from the show and what makes them stand out.
Sony Electronics: Sony brought their A-game when it came to 3-D TVs at the CEA Line Show. The electronics manufacturer created a series of simulated living room environments to display their 3-D TV lineup. There were 3-D TVs ranged in size from 40 to 60 inches. The image quality of Sony's 3-D TV stood out above all others and the glasses made viewers feel completely immersed. The TVs will be available in July and will have a starting price point of $2,100 going up to $5,000.
Mitsubishi Electric: With a range of 3-D TVs from 60 to 82 inches, the company's philosophy is to recreate the movie theater experience as much as possible. Mitsubishi only displayed its 73 inch screen at the Line Show. At a starting price point of $699, Mitsubishi's 3-D TV is the most economical set on the market. It will be available in July.
Vizio: Vizio had a 55-inch and a 65-inch set. Working with 480 Hz of power, Vizio's 3-D TV creates a strong image with a faster refresh rate that sharpens moving images. The Vizio TVs will be available sometime later this year, likely in the fourth quarter.
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Panasonic: With the Viera, Panasonic has come out with a Plasma 3-D experience that is fairly effective. Panasonic's has an easy way to switch between 2-D and 3-D with a single button, unlike most other sets, which require you to press multiple buttons and go through several menus, Panasonic plans to release this TV later this year.
Samsung: As the early leader in the 3-D game, Samsung had the least representation at the CEA Line Show. Their LED 7000 series 3-D TV, at 55-inches, had a good picture and decent refresh rate at 240 Hz. However, there were others at the conference that had either sharper pictures or faster refresh rate. The lineup of TVs is available now with a starting price point of $1,699. Samsung says its models also have single-button switching from 2-D to 3-D, though it wasn't obvious on the model on display at the CEA show.
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