Samsung’s 3D-capable plasma display

3D Plasma

Spotted at CES and out this month in Korea, Samsung’s 3D-capable plasma is going to be making an appearance Stateside in March. The 42-inch and 50-inch PN42A450P TVs use the TriDef 3D tech from DDD Group, which costs $200 for two pairs of 3D glasses and the TriDef 3D software. Samsung’s calling this the “world’s first 3D-ready flat-panel HDTV,” but didn’t leave out the other fixins like a 15,000:1 contrast ratio, 18-bit color processing and three HDMI-CEC plugs. No word on cost, but you can’t put a pricetag on those migraines.


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