LG First To Hit Mass Production With Full HD 3D LCD Monitors

LG First To Hit Mass Production With Full HD 3D LCD Monitors

By | Dec 3, 2009

The 3D revolution, whether you like it or not, is gathering steam. LG has just announced the world’s first mass produced Full HD 3D-capable monitor, which spans 23 inches diagonally and looks to sport a pleasingly minimal bezel. The company hasn’t spilled much in the way of further info yet, though the PR blurb (after the break) makes mention of Korea’s plans to introduce Full HD 3D broadcasts, as well as satellite 3D broadcasting trials set to take place in the UK and Japan. Based on shutter glasses tech — which seems likely to be the way forward — this panel benefits from such great buzzwords as a “copper bus line” and a “high performance 3D exclusive controller,” the benefits of which we’ll have to wait a little while longer to discover. CES 2010, here we come.

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