Old 06-05-2010   #1
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Samsung to offer 2D to 3D conversion HDTVs

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South Korea's Samsung Electronics has announced a new high-definition LED 3DTV model that combines the features of HD TV viewing with instant 3D and streaming services for TV owners to utilize.
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Old 11-05-2010   #2
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Re: Samsung to offer 2D to 3D conversion HDTVs

It is no use sir!
You just spam on the site.
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It is no use sir!
You just spam on the site.
spam ? wow...
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But is the picture quality as good as my KURO? I doubt it. And after watching all of the 3D TV's available, it is obvious to me that you need at least a 100" screen to appreciate the advantages of the 3D experience. 3D looks good at I Max because the screen is large enough to encompass the entire field of vision.
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