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LG has a similar model, the LX9500, which holds the TruMotion system, of 480 Hz. 3. 3D TVs technology is the great technological invention of the year! -False 2010 is undoubtedly the year star for 3D TVs, but since some time ago some manufacturers have experimented with take three-dimensional images to the small screen. Since 2007, both Mitsubishi (English) and Samsung (English) have used the DLP technology from Texas Instruments to manufacture televisions 3D. Today Mitsubishi remains true to this technology that it has been improving over the years and Samsung is still using it in some of their TVs, while others have developed their own ways of creating 3D images.

4. The new generation of televisions 3D will arrive soon and need no glasses. -False many people have heard that there is a new technology in development that will allow to see 3D images without the need to wear glasses. It is not a rumor without foundation; Sony has already announced that he was working on the technology, Toshiba did the same and Nintendo has already demonstrated that it is possible achieve this through its new portable system, the Nintendo 3DS. However, say that this technology is coming for high-end TVs is too optimistic (not give false hopes). Some companies, such as Sony and Phillips, are at the forefront of this new stage in the industry, but have said that there is still long way to go. Although the technology is possible, their costs are exorbitant and everything indicates that they will continue to remain so for a few more years.

It is a concept yet, it is something that is working. Close in time may be, close to the average consumer in Colombia in terms of price, not, added the Valley. Another problem with current technology is the quality of the 3D effect.