Monthly Archives: May 2011

Samsung Develops LCD Panel Offering Full HD 3D With Polarized Glasses

Korean TV manufacturer Samsung Electronics and California-based 3D specialist RealD have jointly developed a new three-dimensional LCD display technology that will deliver full HD 3D resolution to both eyes despite the use of polarized 3D glasses. Both parties have signed an agreement which paves the way for the panels to be manufactured as well as licensed to other HDTV makers. ... Read More »

Panasonic TX-P42ST30B 3D Plasma HDTV Review

The ST30 series represents Panasonic’s most affordable range of 3D-capable Plasma displays for 2011. Available in 42, 46 and 50″ sizes, the TX-P42ST30B (reviewed here) features Panasonic’s high-performance NeoPlasma panel (1920x1080p Full HD resolution), 4 HDMI inputs, and the now all-but-mandatory DVB-T2 (Freeview HD capable) tuner. Unlike last year’s S-Series displays, which featured generally high picture quality but little in ... Read More »

Sony KDL40EX723 3D LED LCD TV Review

Last September, we had a look at one of Sony’s first-generation 3D LED LCD televisions, and were mostly impressed with what we saw. For the last few weeks, we’ve been living with one of the company’s 2011 3D TV displays, the KDL40EX723. This is a 40-inch LED edge-lit LCD HDTV with a 1920x1080p LCD panel (which is capable of Stereoscopic ... Read More »

LG Still Leads In LED LCD TV Panel Shipments, But Samsung Catching Up

Korean manufacturer LG Display has once again shipped the most units of LED-backlit LCD TV panels worldwide during the first quarter of 2011, but its cross-town rival Samsung is catching up fast, according to the latest data from California-based market research and consulting firm DisplaySearch. Both companies lead the other TV brands in revenue terms, with the latter slightly ahead ... Read More »