Electronic giants such as Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and LG have all launched their 3D flat panel TVs hand in hand. Now the smaller manufacturers such as Grundig, HANNspree, and Haier will release 3D models.
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Hannspree - best known for elephant, giraffe, fire truck TVs – has unveiled their first 3DTV. This also marks the start of 3D flat panel TVs from the smaller TV manufacturers.
Hannspree has exhibited their first 3DTV at IFA 2010 in Berlin. Itâ€™s a LCD-TV with LED backlight that will be available in 40 and 46 inches. Hannspree also mentions a 200/240 Hz circuit.
Hannspree says that we can expect to see their 3DTVs in fall 2010.
The Chinese manufacturer has exhibited some 3D models on IFA with both the active and passive 3D technology.
Here you see their 3DTV that requires passive 3D-glasses.
The former TV giant, Grundig, is almost out of the TV market today but theyâ€™re still trying to get back to that position they had in the happy picture tube days.
Grundig also exhibited a 3DTV at IFA. Check it out below.
These new 3D models also prove that manufacturers of LCD panels have started selling 3D panels to other brands. This also means that basically all TV manufacturers can introduce 3DTVs if they want to, by acquiring 3D panels from the LCD panel manufacturers, and that you can expect to see a lot of cheaper 3DTVs out there.