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Posts Tagged ‘3D’

Experience 3D This Weekend at Abt

Friday, March 12th, 2010

Abt’s 3D display is up and playing 3D movies. Check out the latest TV technology in Abt’s home theater department through Sunday. We will have experts on hand to answer all of your 3D technology questions.

-Kelly B.

CES 2010 Is Now Over

Monday, January 11th, 2010

The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show is over; all the booths are down and the attendees are returning to their respective companies, heads dizzy from all of the new technology they’ve just seen.

The hottest categories this year were definitely Green Tech, 3D, and Smartphones. The tablet computer has been the talk of Vegas all weekend. CES saw different manufacturer’s versions of the tablet, but Apple’s long awaited announcement, January 27, has overshadowed the models we’ve seen. Apple will not confirm that the announcement is going to be the release of the Apple tablet, but it is intensely speculated.

Stay up to date about all the latest technology right here on the Abt Blog. For more information on the products seen at CES, talk with an Abt sales specialist.

-By Kelly B.

Is a 3D TV in Your Future?

Friday, January 8th, 2010

 

Sony brought a 24.5” OLED TV to CES. What’s so special about this TV? It has optional 3D capability and is larger than the 15” found in retail stores, including Abt. This is perfect for the TV connoisseur that wants the best TV on the market enabled with the latest emerging technology. We have no ETA on Sony’s newest OLED, but we’ll pass on info when we get it.

 

-Kelly B.

3D ESPN Channel Coming Soon

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

Have you ever wanted to see a Bears game in 3D? Would you want to? Well, it might be a reality soon enough. ESPN is launching the first 3D TV station June 11.

The first broadcast will be a FIFA World Cup soccer match between South Africa and Mexico. ESPN also announced they will show 85 games, including the World Cup match, over the next 12 months. Games will include college football games including national championship games, college basketball, and ESPN’s Summer X Games. What will be next? The Cubs or Bears in 3D—will you tune in?

-Kelly B.