The first 3D-ready TV, the LX9900 is, in 47-inch and 55-inch options, and plays 1080p high-definition images – the highest quality.
LG TV uses an interactive 3D system – in contrast to those found in cinemas. A range of battery-powered “active” glasses shutter the right and left eye at high speeds to create 3D images. The advantage of active-TV system can be enjoyed without a set of glasses and are not to disappear.
In April, is shown Sky launch of the first dedicated 3D channel, and promises a weekly Premier League game in the new format.
However, any non-Sky customers still see 3D images with the new LG Blu-ray player, the BX580, which brings the latest 3D blockbuster to the house.
Stephen Gater, head of marketing at LG, said: “We have great interest and excitement of consumers around 3-D television that we decide the times LX9900 TV bring on the shelves earlier than planned in order to meet demand will be .
No official prices have been announced, however offered, LG guide prices of £ 2,500 to £ 3,000 for the 47-inch LX9900 and about £ 300 for BX580 Blu-ray player.
Samsung 3D TV is expected that the first arrival in Britain. In the first part could be on the High Street next month.
Bill Moir, Head of Marketing at Comet said: “Our first 3D TVs will be available to pre-order available online from the end of March and the market in April.” We have already seen a huge demand for the new technology. Thousands of customers have already registered their information with us online for more information before the UK launch on 3DTV preserved. “
Sony 3D TVs are not expected until June.