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Abt @ CES 2012: High’s and Lows

CES 2012 is wrapping up and there were sure a lot of interesting new items showcased.  For one thing, futuristic cars are definitely on the minds of manufacturers and consumers alike.  Not only does the impending crop of vehicles specialize in gadgets to keep the driver and pedestrian safer, but also to keep them entertained. The other popular trend was…

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Internet TV or 3D TV? Fight!!

According to a new survey from Parks Associates, 20% of all U.S. households intend to purchase a new flat-panel television by the end of the year.  The majority of those potential TV buyers are looking to purchase an internet TV over a 3D TV.  “It’s definitely a reflection of consumer sentiment today that is much more highly geared…

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National 3D Day At Abt Electronics

Come out to Abt Electronics today for the last day of National 3D Demo Days. National 3D Demo Days is a nationwide campaign to help educate consumers about 3D technology and how it can be brought into their very own home. 3D is not just for your TV but also for audio, cameras, video games and computers. If…

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3D Glasses Manufacturers Unite!

Big TV manufacturers like Panasonic, Samsung Electronics and Sony recently announced plans to jointly develop a specification for 3D active-shutter glasses based on Bluetooth wireless technology.  The companies’ Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative is designed to standardize consumer 3D active glasses, enabling “universal” glasses that would work with Panasonic, Samsung and Sony 3DTVs, as well as potentially others.…

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Samsung Dominant with 3D

Samsung is ahead of the pack when it comes to the sale of 3d TVs. Despite a lot of competitors, Samsung continues to outsell other manufacturers by offering new technologies and sleek designs.  Samsung was the first major manufacturer to introduce a commercially available 3D TV in the US back in 2009.  Back then, there wasn’t a high…

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