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LG launches new A540-T/D 3D notebook, adds A540-P IPS model

Monday, March 19th, 2012

While LG neatly folded its glasses-free A540-H model into its CES line-up at the start of the year, it’s now added another pair of notebooks to launch alongside it in Korea. This includes another 3D model that requires a pair of stylish squash goggles passive 3D glasses to gain that extra dimension. For those less disposed to hanging techno eye-wear off their face and watching Avatar again, there’s the simpler two-dimensional joys of the A540-P, which houses a 15.6-inch AH-IPS display. All three versions house the same Core i7 processors and a GeForce GT555M for the necessary graphical grunt work. Fans of both mono and stereoscopic computing can consult the (Google-translated) press release below for more details.

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LG launches new A540-T/D 3D notebook, adds A540-P IPS model originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 19 Mar 2012 12:22:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Lumus’ OE-31 optical engine turns motorcycle helmets, other eyewear into wearable displays

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012
After showing off a duo of wearable, see-through displays at CES, Lumus is back with a second optical engine — one that could be used in any style of frames, from prescription glasses to ski goggles. Available in binocular and monocular configurations, the tiny OE-31 sensor weighs just 10 grams (.35 ounces), allowing it to accommodate a variety of form factors besides your run-of-the mill (and quite dorky-looking) 3D glasses. As always, Lumus’ hook is its ability to combine head up displays, augmented reality and see-through displays, though this time around the sensor allows for a 19-degree field of view and a full-color, 640 x 360 picture. Though that’s not as impressive as the 720p, 3D-capable frames on offer at CES, the company argues it should be adequate for reading text, particularly since the viewing experience will be comparable to starting at a 40-inch screen from 10 feet away. No word, of course, on what products might incorporate these discreet head up displays, though maybe, just maybe, we’ll catch a demo in Barcelona. For now, we’ve got photos below along with a handful of demo videos after the break.

Gallery: Lumus OE-31 optical engine

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Lumus’ OE-31 optical engine turns motorcycle helmets, other eyewear into wearable displays originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 23 Feb 2012 12:57:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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MasterImage 3D touts 720p glasses-free 3D smartphone display, WUXGA tablet panel

Friday, January 6th, 2012

3D had its way with CES 2011, and despite throngs of consumers who could not possibly care less, it looks as if the third dimension will be doing its best to seem important at this year’s gala, too. MasterImage 3D has just announced that it’ll be showcasing a pair of new panels here in Las Vegas, with both relying on cell-matrix parallax barrier technology to pull off the “glasses-free” effect. Up first is a CMI-rivaling 720p HD 3D display meant for 4.3-inch smartphones; given the popularity of the EVO 3D, we’re guessing it won’t take HTC too long to snap a couple of these up in a bid to concoct an equally successful successor. Over on the tablet front, there’s a 10.1-incher with a native WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) resolution, but there’s no word yet on any OEMs selecting it for use on their next slate. We’re told that all of the demos given will rely on Texas Instruments’ OMAP4430 and OMAP4460 mobile processors, and not surprisingly, Android will be the OS underneath. We’ll have a gander once the show floor opens up, but something tells us it’ll look precisely like every other glasses-free 3D application: subpar.

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MasterImage 3D touts 720p glasses-free 3D smartphone display, WUXGA tablet panel originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 06 Jan 2012 13:58:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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LG unveils new 3D glasses, hopes lighter and better looking spectacles drive adoption

Monday, December 26th, 2011

LG’s FPR 3DTVs already featured lighter, cheaper passive 3D glasses than their active shutter competition, but next year the company will push its advantage even further with these new models. The three options available include the F310 (at right, above) which it says weighs 20 percent less than last year’s default and are curved more for a better fit, the F320 (left) clip-on design for glasses-wearers and Alain Mikli-designed (the guy who made Kanye’s shutter shades, among other high-end eyeglasses) F360 half-rim frames (middle). It also rolled out a press release trumpeting new Smart TV features for 2012, but beyond the updated remote and confirmation of Intel WiDi integration, it’s pretty short on details. We’re not seeing any Google TV tie-ins here, LG is focusing on its homegrown ecosystem which it says now offers 1,200 apps (of course, that probably includes the thousand or so recently added via its deal with Chumby). There’s no word on pricing for the glasses, but after this and announcing a 55-inch OLED prototype, we’re wondering what else the Lucky Goldstar folks will have up their sleeves at CES.

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LG unveils new 3D glasses, hopes lighter and better looking spectacles drive adoption originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 26 Dec 2011 21:13:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Ask Engadget: best wraparound video eyewear solution?

Saturday, December 10th, 2011

We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget inquiry is coming to us from Tywannabe, who can’t live another day without a set of 3D video glasses to attach to his phone. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry of your own, drop us a line at ask [at] engadget [dawt] com.

I have been searching for a set of good video glasses for a while, but haven’t been able to find a perfect set. I definitely need connections for the Galaxy S II and iOS devices. They also have to have their own battery. Screen size and resolution aren’t very important, but it would be nice to have at least 480p. This may be impossible, but I’m desperate. Thanks a lot!

Anyone pleased with their Vuzix set? Anyone have any alternatives? Help a fellow gentleman out in comments below, won’t you?

Ask Engadget: best wraparound video eyewear solution? originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 10 Dec 2011 23:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Acer’s 27-inch HR274H monitor promises to do 2D-to-3D conversion on the fly

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

It likely won’t win over anyone who isn’t too fond of 3D to begin with, but those looking for some additional quasi-3D content beyond the standard fare now have a new option to consider in the form of Acer’s 27-inch HR274H monitor. It not only includes a set of passive, polarized 3D glasses, but what Acer describes as its own “chip-based solution” that promises to convert all 2D content to 3D in real time (it can be switched on and off on the monitor itself). Unfortunately, there’s no word yet as to how well the effect works, and the monitor’s specs are otherwise decidedly ordinary for the rather high $599 price tag — you’ll just get a TN panel with standard 1920 x 1080 resolution. Additional details can be found in the press release after the break.

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Acer’s 27-inch HR274H monitor promises to do 2D-to-3D conversion on the fly originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 30 Nov 2011 19:19:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Hack your monitor and 3D glasses, ensure ultimate privacy

Saturday, November 26th, 2011
You’ve always wanted a bit more privacy with your monitor (porn jokes notwithstanding) and if you’re willing to tear apart a spare LCD monitor and a pair of 3D theater glasses (thanks, Dreamworks and Pixar!), you’ll get it. In lieu of a thicker tinfoil hat, Instructables‘ dimovi suggests removing the LCD’s frame, cutting out its polarized film with a utility knife before removing the screen’s film adhesive with a combination of cleaner and paint thinner and reassembling the monitor. Once complete, grab the glasses, cut out the lenses and combine them with the plastic film removed from the monitor before inserting them back into their frames. The result is an LCD monitor that displays a white screen to anyone not wearing the customized glasses, your actions being confidential, no matter what they might happen to be. Check the how-to video embedded after the break, or hit the source link for full instructions

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Hack your monitor and 3D glasses, ensure ultimate privacy originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 26 Nov 2011 16:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Playstation 3D Display hits shelves November 13, Sony answers your burning questions

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
We’d imagine come November 13th, the above will be the scene inside many a PS3 owner’s house. That’s when Sony’s hot little 24-inch PlayStation 3D display will officially be available in the US, Canada, Europe and parts of Asia. Sony took to its US PlayStation Blog today with the news, along with a lengthy FAQ to keep your GAS at bay in the meantime. If you’ll recall, the 240Hz 1080p display packs a single set of component inputs, two HDMI 1.4 ports, stereo RCA outputs, a headphone jack, an integrated subwoofer, and of course, 3D-capability with supported titles. For five hundred bucks you’ll get the PS 3D Display, one pair of USB-rechargeable 3D Glasses ($70 for each additional pair), a copy of Motorstorm: Apocalypse and even an HDMI cable. Notably, its fancy (and exclusive) SimulView feature will let two sets of 3D shades grab either the left or right side feed in supported 3D games for a private 2D view. Disappointingly, this puppy isn’t wall-mountable, but hey, that 24-inch panel surely makes it ideal for a desktop setup, no? Full details at the links below, along with a refresher shot of those 3D specs just past the break.

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Playstation 3D Display hits shelves November 13, Sony answers your burning questions originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 19 Oct 2011 18:59:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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IEE brings glasses-free 3D to the battlefield

Friday, October 14th, 2011
In a war zone, having the right data is as important as the right bomb sniffing laser. IEE has melded its 4.8-inch 800 x 400 military data display with 3Ms autostereoscopic film so soldiers can see mission-critical data in three dimensions. The Preliminary Advanced Information device is designed to show accurate terrain maps, relay the picture from a drone camera or bring up the occasional blast of Monday Night Football.

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IEE brings glasses-free 3D to the battlefield originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 14 Oct 2011 14:31:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Hitachi glasses-free 3D technology lets you view weird chicken things from multiple angles

Friday, September 30th, 2011

We might not have chosen the above weird baby chick to pitch our autostereoscopic technology to the world, but at least it makes for some memorable imagery. The hatchling is a 3D image generated by projectors, overlayed on top of a real world object, which can be viewed by multiple people at multiple angles without the need for 3D glasses. Built-in sensors detect the viewer’s positions and adjust the viewing angle accordingly. Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen this sort of technology — heck, this isn’t even the first time we’ve seen this sort of thing from Hitachi, but the company says it’s continually getting better, with a marked depth resolution improvement over a technology shown off this time last year at CEATEC. The company is looking to implement the technology for both digital signage and entertainment purposes, eventually revolutionizing the way the world looks at 3D baby chickens.

Hitachi glasses-free 3D technology lets you view weird chicken things from multiple angles originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 30 Sep 2011 22:41:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Vizio extends its LCD HDTV sales lead; new 3D, VIA Plus and ultrawidescreen TVs are on the way

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

We already took a fresh look at the Vizio Tablet due this summer, but the company’s main business is HDTVs and there it’s on top of US LCD sales again, with more than 20 percent of the market in Q1. Of the top five selling TVs in Q1, four are Vizios priced at $698 or less, while the other is a $1,699 MSRP Samsung LCD. Vizio launched its lower end E3D line earlier this year, the next series on the way are edge-lit M3D models due in August and September that up the refresh rate to 240Hz, come with four pairs of passive 3D glasses instead of two and have a Bluetooth remote. Up next, the 21:9 ultrawidescreen sets we saw at CES are real and will ship in October as the Cinemawide series in 2560×1080 58- and 50-inch models. Finally, the top of of the line XVT 6 series will feature the new VIA Plus Google TV platform and are going to be available in 47- and 55-inch sizes, but won’t ship until December There’s still no prices for any of these yet, but we’re going to guess they’ll go low as they usually do. Check the press release for all the details after the break including a glancing mention of the Vizio Phone.

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Vizio extends its LCD HDTV sales lead; new 3D, VIA Plus and ultrawidescreen TVs are on the way originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 22 Jun 2011 10:52:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Live from Sony’s E3 2011 keynote!

Monday, June 6th, 2011

We’re here in Los Angeles at E3 and we’re ready to start bringing you the latest news from Sony. The company’s E3 keynote is about to get underway pretty soon, and we’re comfortably seated and ready. We’re expecting to hear news on Sony’s PlayStation 3 plans, perhaps some more info about the NGP, and more.  Hit the break for all the live updates!


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7:56PM:We’ve been given some 3D glasses for the event, hmm, wonder what that might imply?
8:03PM:Place is packed – sitting next to some Sony employees. People are still filling in. There are upper decks like a baseball stadium. Assume we’re going to hear some big news!
8:07PM:We’re being told the program will begin in 10 minutes.
8:08PM:And we’ve silenced our cell phones.
8:10PM:“We should begin in 5 minutes!”
8:11PM:We’re supposed to have our 3D glasses on — but will it be gimmicky like RIM’s BlackBerry World conference?
8:14PM:“We should begin in 1 minute!” Everyone ready?
8:16PM:lots of applause this place is about to go nuts
8:17PM:hmm just show a screen suggesting “3D World by Sony” – What’s that mean?
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8:18PM:A quick video demo of some hits games is being played right now to kick off the press conference
8:19PM:We’re seeing game demos across Sony’s various platforms, but there’s a continual suggestion that 3D will play a role tonight
8:20PM:Lots of applause after that demo
8:21PM:Jack Tretton President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America is on stage. “Wow, there are a lot of people here.” There are 6,000 people here live.
8:23PM:We’re “hearing” about the elephant in the room – the security breach. The network outage was costly to Sony’s developers and Sony thanks its developers. Sony said it had the best year since Sony PlayStation 3 launched. Figures are up 23% over the prior year. Consumers are the “life blood of the company,” and Sony apologizes for the security breach.
8:24PM:Network activity is still at over 90% of the traffic Sony saw before the security leak.
8:24PM:Everything we’ll see here tonight will be playable on the arcade floor tonight.
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8:26PM:Sony will be adding a new media partner — Cinema Now — for the latest TV shows and movies later this year. This is in addition to Netflix, of which 30% of its subscribers come from Sony PlayStation 3 users.
8:27PM:Now we’re seeing the latst from NaughtyDog, Evan wells and Christophe Balestra are on stage.
8:27PM:We’re seeing a demo of Uncharted 3 – Drake’s Deception
8:29PM:The demo looks awesome so far — a ship-based mission.
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8:31PM:The demo is still playing – if you’ve been a fan of Uncharted or Uncharted 2 this looks like something you’ll want to pickup.
8:33PM:Unfortunately most of the game’s scenes are taking place underwater or in a dark ship so it’s hard to shoot with a camera. Lots of pause after the demo! Sony hopes it will be a best-in-class single player game.
8:33PM:The beta begins on June 20th
8:34PM:Subway customers can get an early access version of the game by heading to Subway sandwich shops. Now we’re putting on out 3D glasses for a quick demo.
8:36PM:Characters and effects looked straight-up amazing in the demo
8:37PM:It will be supported in 3D.
8:37PM:Insomiac Games Marcus Smith is on stage to show off Resistance 3
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8:38PM:Again, we’re seeing Resistance 3 in 3D with our glasses. We’re getting a straight-up live demo here on stage. Chimeras are taking over St. Louis.
8:40PM:Unfortunately the photos for these demos look awful given the 3D aspect – but Resistance 3 looks amazing otherwise!
8:41PM:Lots of applause for Resistance 3 in 3D. We’re going to be able to check out the demo immediately after the show
8:43PM:A resistance 3 bundle will launch on September 6 for 0 with a resistance 3 controller and more. Sony says its dedication to 3D is “unwavering.” God of War and Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection in September and both will be fully playable in 3D.
8:43PM:“PlayStation is the ultimate solution for 3D.”
8:44PM:“There will be 2 new 3D hardware products available on PlayStation portfolio.” There will be a 24-inch PlayStation branded 3D display. It comes with tech to allow two people to watch two individual unique full-screen images instead of split screen. Wow. That sounds amazing. Tons of applause here.
8:45PM:This fall Sony will add active-3D active glasses to its offering. The PlayStation 3D monitoring will be availabel this fall, a 6-foot HDMI cable, and Resistance 3. The package will cost 9.
8:45PM:Additional pairs cost .99
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8:46PM:2K sports Chris Snyder and Erick Boenisch are on the stage to show off NBA 2k 12
8:48PM:We’re seeing NBA on the Move in action. Watching how players can play the best move (defense of offense) by pulling the trigger on Sony’s controller.
8:48PM:The goal is to deliver the best NBA experience ever.
8:48PM:“NBA on the Move” is not just for the hardcore. “Anyone can just pick up and play.”
8:49PM:Kobe Bryant is on stage to demo it. “I’m the Heat man, what do you think?” Audience booed.
8:51PM:Kobe is off the stage, “NBA 2K 12 will change your game.”
8:52PM:“adding PlayStation Move to can define an experience.” Umrao Mayer and Jeremy Ray from Worldwide Studios are on stage to show how PlayStation move can change Deadman’s Quest.
8:52PM:This is another demo.
8:54PM:We’re seeing how PlayStation Move can allow for pin-point accuracy of taking out baddies in RPS style games such as Medieveal Moves – Deadmunds Quest.
8:54PM:It’s pretty stunning: use your Move controller to slash bad guys and pull down levels inside dungeons, etc. “What you see is what you get.”

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Researchers hack Kinect for glasses-free 3D teleconferencing (video)

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

Since the dawn of Kinect hacking, we’ve seen cameras strung together (or rotated) to create 3D, video game-like environments, while others have tweaked it for headtracking. Others, still, have used it for teleconferencing (albeit, the flat, two-dimensional variety). Now, a team of researchers have gone and thrown it all together to achieve 3D video chats, and if we do say so, the result is greater than a sum of its parts. The group, based out of UNC-Chapel Hill, uses 3D mapping (and at least four Kinects) to render the video, and then employs headtracking on the receiving end so that people tuning in will actually see the live video in 3D, even without wearing 3D glasses. The result: a tableau that follows you as you move your head and spin around restlessly in your desk chair waiting for the meeting to end. That’s mighty impressive, but we can’t help but wonder: do you really want to see your colleagues in such lifelike detail? Have a gander at the video and decide for yourself.

Researchers hack Kinect for glasses-free 3D teleconferencing (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 02 Jun 2011 19:46:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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AUO’s 71-inch ultra-wide 3D LCD panel eyes-on

Sunday, May 8th, 2011

While strolling around Shenzhen earlier today, we decided to stop by at the China Optoelectronics Display Expo to feast our eyes on AUO’s “world’s largest” 71-inch 21:9 3D LCD panel. Phew, what a mouthful, but this 240Hz ultrawidescreen is indeed larger than the sub-60-inch offerings from Vizio, JVC, and Philips. But is it any good? We put on our passive 3D glasses and found the experience to be surprisingly comfortable and effective (even at about 40 degrees from the center before we hit the wall), though the glossy screen’s reflection of the neighboring booth was slightly off-putting. This would probably be less of a problem at your humble abode, anyhow.

In terms of availability, AUO told us that China-based TCL will be the first to pick up this beast of a panel, and the final product should be out in August. Apart from that, we couldn’t squeeze out further info about other brands, so you best be writing to your nearest dealership to import this exotic cinema TV. More eyes-on pics in the gallery below.

AUO’s 71-inch ultra-wide 3D LCD panel eyes-on originally appeared on Engadget on Sun, 08 May 2011 13:55:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Samsung’s 3D TV experience is getting cheaper: two pairs of glasses packed in, $50 for extras

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

As the battle between active and passive 3D glasses display technology heats up, Samsung has responded by announcing its cheapest pair of active shutter 3D glasses will cost $50 (previously $130) beginning May 1st. Additionally, all of its 3D-capable 2011 HDTVs will come with two pairs of glasses packed in, unless the purchase is eligible for the Megamind/Shrek starter kit that already comes with them. This move comes just as FPR-based displays from LG, Vizio, Toshiba and Philips hit the marketplace. LG specifically focused on the cost of glasses as a selling point over Samsung in recent ads that ran heavily throughout the NCAA Tournament (embedded after the break.) LG is charging $10 per pair for its RealD-compatible Theater 3D glasses while Vizio has pairs on its website for $29.99 or two for $44.99.

The cheap pair of Samsung glasses is the SSG-3100GB model with replaceable battery pictured above and while it promises the new, lighter Silhouette-designed SSG-3700GR glasses will also get cheaper, no new price has yet been announced. A 62% price reduction is nothing to sneeze at, but it looks like customers will still need to buy into 3D — and that active glasses beat passive on picture quality and viewing angle like it says in the press release (after the break) — to spur sales of the new TVs.

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Toshiba shows off 2011 HDTVs with the most local dimming LEDs, facial recognition, 3D and more

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

Toshiba’s focus at CES was glasses free 3D displays, but it highlighted more conventional HDTVs today at an event in Rome. Its new TVs and laptops all tie in to Toshiba Places, which sorts out access to different types of apps for video, social networking, music and other areas and is ready to launch this month. Separating Toshiba from the competition is a slew of new technology and the top of the line 55ZL1 model checks all the boxes: Seven core CEVO CPU for image processing, a Pro-LED512 panel that is the world’s first with 512 zones of dimming among 3,072 LEDs, Personal-TV facial recognition that picks up on which user is watching then personalizes to their preferred settings and active shutter 3D glasses.

The edge lit LED VL863 series will come in 47- and 42-inch versions featuring LG’s FPR passive glasses 3D and four pairs of glasses, while the 32- through 46-inch UL863 drops 3D for built-in WiFi and Personal-TV. The SL863 series is the final step down, nixing built-in WiFi. Prices weren’t listed but the new models should be shipping soon, until then you can find more details in the press releases linked below — no word on the US-bound models yet.

Toshiba shows off 2011 HDTVs with the most local dimming LEDs, facial recognition, 3D and more originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 05 Apr 2011 21:03:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Sprint Evo 3D: The 3D Phone You Might Actually Want [Smartphones]

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

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