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When it comes to 3-D gaming,
First thing first, you have to take a look at what's being offered. The TV comes as part of a bundle that will include an HDMI cable, one pair of active 3-D glasses, and a copy of "Resistance 3." There are other 3-D TVs at the same size of
Not only is the TV capable of 3-D images, but it utilizes a split-image technology that will allow people to see two different images in the different pairs of glasses. This feature is really neat, allowing for two people to have a full image as opposed to splitting the screen like most games do. What is really neat is that there is little to no ghosting occurring on the screen, as opposed to looking at the screen without the glasses. However, colors are not quite as vibrant, as the TV is splitting the processing power to display two simultaneous images. Unfortunately, there is no 3-D display available in this mode.
When it comes to the 3-D image, it certainly holds up really well for a TV at its price. Even though the display is small by many people's standards, you can't argue with the quality of the picture you're getting. And with some of the best-looking games such as "Uncharted 3" being equipped with 3-D capability, this TV is definitely worth picking up if you want to try out 3-D TVs for the first time.
As for the glasses, the TV will come with one pair, and you will have to pay
Despite it being a budget TV, the quality of the product is anything but budget. The stereo image is a really good quality, and the split-image technology is a good step forward in the way TVs display our games. With "Resistance 3" bundled into the package, it's certainly hard to turn down a free game. If you're in the market for a 3-D TV, this product certainly does deliver at a bargain cost.
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