Vizio has new 3D TV for the masses
This year’s CES certainly saw the introduction of 3D TVs from major manufacturers, and somehow, we are not surprised at all that among all the big players, there are also smaller manufacturers who want a piece of this potentially lucrative pie. Vizio is among one of them, consistently churning out quality stuff without breaking the bank, and they’re back with their 65″ Theater 3D Edge Lit Razor LED LCD HDTV alongside support for Vizio Internet Apps.
Vizio’s incorporation of their own Theater 3D technology will deliver a superior alternative to conventional 3D by utilizing battery-free, affordable and lightweight 3D glasses. The use of such glasses results in less eyestrain compared to current power-consuming “Active Shutter” technology – something to think about if you have a heart for the environment.
Also, the 65″ XVT3D650SV holds the distinction of being Vizio’s largest HDTV to date, and will arrive in time for the holiday season, so you can wow family and friends who drop by your pad with 65″ of viewing goodness. As mentioned earlier, the Vizio Theater 3D technology will produce clear, flicker-free 3D images that are noticeably brighter than conventional 3D, while helping you save cost from purchasing bulky 3D eyewear which requires batteries or charging. Nice to know that this 65″ XVT series Theater 3D HDTV will be able to deliver cinema-style 3D experience right in the comfort of your living room with a quartet of 3D glasses inside, allowing you to share the 3D goodness with others right from the get go.
Not only that, the XVT3D650SV will also support the widest selection of 3D formats, making sure it is compatible across Blu-ray, broadcast, cable, satellite, and gaming platforms. In addition, support for SENSIO Hi-Fi 3D is thrown into the picture, where this high quality, visually lossless 3D format will allow 3D content to be delivered over 2D infrastructure as well as RealD’s patented side-by-side format. Built-in Wi-Fi N connectivity makes navigating through Vizio Internet Apps a breeze, where you can access online content such as Amazon Video On Demand, Facebook, Flickr, Netflix, Rhapsody, Pandora, Twitter, VUDU and Yahoo! TV Widgets. At $3,499.99 a pop, this is shaping up to be a pretty sweet deal.