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6 Most Exciting 3D TV’s of 2013

3D TVs of 2013

As 2012 draws to a close, people are looking in three dimensions towards 2013, literally. As technology improves, more and more people are eagerly awaiting for the most exciting 3D TV that will hit the stores. More than just amusement, people want to experience the 3D vision experience. A lot of people relieve themselves from anxiety by watching movies in 3D. So it poses no surprise why people are ecstatic about the new offerings as the New Year rolls on.

Sharp LC-60LE845U

If you want to take a break from the stress at work or at school having a 3D television experience is a welcome sight for sore eyes. The Sharp LC-60LE845U offers advanced 3D technology with Internet connectivity and throws in excellent customer support to boot. So, whenever you have issues or need some assistance, their customer support is just a phone call away. The features on this 3D television will surely make your 3D viewing experience a pleasurable one. This TV doesn’t come with glasses and you need to score one or enjoy the TV in 2D.

Sony XBR-HX950

If you are in the mood of getting a 3D TV with an infinite contrast ratio then we offer Sony XBR-HX950 to you. This 3D TV boasts of impeccable warranty. It sports a virtually scratch-proof screen courtesy of Corning’s Gorilla Glass that gives you an amazing viewing experience. The drawback is that this unit does not come with glasses and you need to score them separately. But, rest assured that the money you spend for those glasses will certainly be worth it especially when you see your family and loved ones having a great time watching their favorite show on Sony XBR-HX950.

LG 60PM9700

Another 3D TV that doesn’t come with glasses is the LG 60PM9700. Despite having very limited accessories out of the box; it has a 600Hz sub field driving which delivers smooth onscreen motion. This 3D TV has a motion-sensing remote that allows you to pick and point at the applications that you want to be launched. This TV offers an amazing action that makes it leap out from the screen. Watching shows and movies on screen has never been this realistic!

Panasonic TC-P55VT50

Pricey? Yes but the 600Hz refresh rate makes this 3D TV a solid winner even in the league of 2D TVs. This TV is designed for pleasure and to please the most demanding 3D TV viewers. One pair of 3D glasses is included in the package. If you want to place a bet on what will the next best thing in 3D TV entertainment, may we suggest placing it on this baby since this is a winner in all conceivable angles.

Toshiba 55L6200U

If you want to have control over your viewing experience then Toshiba 55L6200U is the one for you. The experience with technical support may leave you wanting. But,  in terms of 3D viewing this one really takes the cake. The cutting-edge technology and its wide array of ports and connectivity options make this thing a great buy. No 3D glasses for this baby also.

Samsung UN55ES8000F

This baby has a very expensive price tag but the Samsung UN55ES8000F has good contrast ratio and Wi-Fi connectivity. The high resolution picture and the high refresh rate makes viewing on this 3D TV more like Nirvana. You can control how you view things from 2D to 3D vice versa. It may be pretty expensive but the moment you turn it on, you will surely feel that you are getting the best value for your money’s worth. So, if you want to be relieved from the stress and anxiety after a long day at work, sit in your living room and savor each moment with your Samsung UN55ES8000F.

Viewing life in the New Year will be in the shape of 3D. Make the most of the technologies being offered and sample life in a vivid reality than looking at it on a flat and bland way. Happy viewing!

About the Author:

Ryan Rivera used to suffer from anxiety attacks for seven years.  He now dedicates his life in writing articles that help people reduce stress and stop anxiety. You can read more of his writings at Calm Clinic.

 

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