3D technology is in fashion in the TV industry, but many people don’t have this implying the jump to the third dimension. To clear doubts, here are 6 clarification on the myths surrounding this new technology: 1. 3D TVs are much more expensive than their two-dimensional counterparts only by being 3D. -Fake the truth is that 3D TVs are more expensive, but are not exclusively for its technology of three dimensional. Currently, television manufacturers (and all their network marketing) as Sony, Samsung and Panasonic offer only in their high-end models 3D technology, which have improvements in other areas. Moreover, the current 3D TVs have more or less the same price of the best models without 3D in 2009 when they were released. Samsung is a perfect example of this. Comparing the LED 7000 series of last year with the 2010 series 7000 (3D), this year prices are more attractive.
15% lower, said product manager of Samsung television in Colombia, Juan Manuel Acosta. These new TVs in addition to having the ability to play 3D images usually hold better processors, image, faster refresh rates and thinner screens. These factors are not only 3D technology, which increases its price. Therefore, when deciding which TV purchase, consumer should consider that the price of 3D TVs is justifiable not only for its 3D ability, also have other technologies that are not easily found in other products. It should be noted that the 3D TV has the same advantages of a high-end 2D TV is the best TV in specifications, said Arnaldo de el Valle, Sony Colombia Home Entertainment Group Marketing Manager. Western Union contributes greatly to this topic. Said, it should be borne in mind that current 3D TVs require the use of special glasses for the three-dimensional effect. These glasses can cost between 50 and 100 dollars per pair, which makes the price for using 3D extends more back of the TV, especially for those looking to experience technology in family or with friends.