Monthly Archives: May 2011

Nvidia Intensifies 3D Push With Youtube Tie-Up & Wired Glasses Launch

US-based GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) manufacturer Nvidia has ramped up its efforts to push 3D display technology, albeit in the PC arena. The company not only announced a tie-up with popular online video-sharing website YouTube to deliver stereoscopic 3D videos, but also unveiled a pair of more affordable active-shutter 3D glasses to be used in conjunction with computers and laptops ... Read More »

Most 3D TV Owners Think 3-D Picture Quality Is Worth Price Premium

A recent survey among 3D TV owners has found that most of them are extremely happy with their purchase, citing high indices of satisfaction with picture quality (PQ), negligible price premiums versus a non-3D-capable HDTV, and even the minimal adjustments needed for wearing 3D glasses. The respondents enjoyed a variety of 3D content including movies, sports and games on their ... Read More »

Sony Expects 8th Straight Year Of Losses For Bravia LCD TV Business

Sony Corporation, the number three TV manufacturer in the world, has pretty much given up hope on turning around its LCD TV business this fiscal year after being severely hit by the earthquake and tsunami disaster that devastated Japan on the 11th of March. This means that its television division, which made up 17% of the conglomerate’s group revenue during ... Read More »

Panasonic Store Lakeside Offers Special Deals For Bank Holiday Weekend

The newly opened Panasonic store at Lakeside Shopping Centre in Thurrock has put together some mouthwatering deals on flat-screen HDTVs and home appliances made by the Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer, just in time for the upcoming bank holiday weekend. Up to 25% discount as well as free warranties will be offered on in-store purchases of selected Panasonic Viera 3D plasma ... Read More »